Book Review: Full Black by Brad Thor

Posted July 26, 2011 by Kimberly in Book Reviews, Suspense, Thrillers / 1 Comment

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Title: Full Black
Author: Brad Thor
Subtitle: Scot Harvath Series, Book 10
Published: 07-26-2011
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Source: Advance Review Copy eBook
Price: $12.99

“With each terrorist attack on U.S. soil, Americans gave up more of their rights. Harvath was reminded of the line, paraphrasing Benjamin Franklin, that those who trade some of their liberty for a little temporary security deserve neither and will lose both. The wisdom of the founders never ceased to amaze him.”

After tracking down a deadly terrorist cell, former Seal Team 6 and current Carlton Group member, Scot Harvath formulates a plan to infiltrate the cell to stop a string of deadly attacks on American soil. After the mission goes horribly wrong, and more attacks are launched in the heart of America, Harvath must go Full Black to uncover those responsible and bring them to his brand of justice.

“Born in the shadows and kept from heads of state, there are some missions so deadly, so sensitive, that they simply don’t exist. They are Full Black.”

At the same time, one of Hollywood’s most famous filmmakers is working on a secret documentary and unknowingly exposes one of the world’s most wealthy businessmen as a radical bent on destroying America from within.

“The Carlton Group’s mission statement was a testament to their singular focus and consisted of only three simple yet powerful words: find, fix, and finish.”

With time running out, Harvath has no choice but to go dark, trusting no-one, until he can find a way to stop the terrorists in their tracks.

Author Brad Thor wastes no time in his newest thriller, Full Black, launching us straight into the action from the very first scene and holding us on the edge of our seats all the way through to the heart-stopping conclusion.

More than just an action thriller, Full Black explores political, financial and national security issues currently being debated on the national news and around our kitchen tables.

The scenario presented here is frighteningly realistic and, though it’s a work of fiction, serves as a stark reminder that we cannot become complacent.

With non-stop action, international espionage and shocking betrayal, Full Black will leave you breathless. And wanting more.

Five Sunshines!

Happy Reading!

Kimberly

Buy the Full Black eBook at Lazy Day Books

Also by Brad Thor: The Athena Project, Foreign Influence, The Apostle, The Last Patriot, The First Commandment, Takedown, Blowback, State of the Union, Path of the Assassin, The Lions of Lucerne

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