Tier One by Brian Andrews and Jeffrey Wilson
Thriller > Suspense
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.