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Book Review: Suspense

Posted on Sep 28, 2016 |

Tier One by Brian Andrews and Jeffrey Wilson


Thriller > Suspense

tieroneThe beginning of this book is exciting. The authors definitely know what they are talking about, and the pain that the protagonist feels from being shot is visceral—you feel it yourself as a reader.

The authors use a ridiculous amount of acronyms, and because I was reading this via ebook, I didn’t realize there was a glossary of terms at the end. The use of jargon made things sound authentic, but it communicated nothing to me, a civilian.

The book is 98 percent action and 2 percent character. If you’re just looking for an action book, this is well written for that genre. However, because there was almost no character development, I didn’t really care about whether the characters succeeded in their goal—even if they were trying to save American lives. For that reason, this is a forgettable book that’s frankly not even that enjoyable to read.

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