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kindle ä Target America Ö Paperback ☆ ❮PDF❯ ✍ Target America Author Scott McEwen – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk From the coauthor of the #1 New York Times bestseller American Sniper comes a heart pounding military thriller in which the fabled Special Ops unit is activated to stop a group of terrorists from lauLife of one of their ownIn Target America Gil and his team many of whom had gone rogue are reunited as an off the books Special Ops unit that must race against the clock to save the country from nuclear destruction New York Times bestselling author Scott McEwen once again delivers a gripping and fast paced adventure that illuminates the shadow world of clandestine military operatio REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK; DECEMBER 12 2016Narrator Brian HutchisonThe Narration I don't know if I would have enjoyed this book as much if I'd read it instead of listened to it As it is as an audiobook Target America was excellent I'm so glad Hutchison is narrating the other books and hope it stays that way His accent is neutral and his voice suits an actionthriller appropriate to the age of the MC Gil Shannon who is in his early 40s unlike Guidall Hill Ferrone et all who sound rather elderlyThe Story Some weak parts at the start I couldn't uite connect some of the early scenes but my confusion was shortlived There were also many characters and as I can't remember the details of the first book I'm not sure if all of them are recurring ones or newWhat I Liked The main plot was simple not always the case for me and I could follow it easily This was especially good for me because in some books an action scene may be very intense and suspenseful but I may not completely understand its connection to the plot or may have unanswered uestions pertaining to the scene a result of overly complicated storylines Brad Thor's books tend to be like that for me as well as some of Brad Taylor's But to my delight McEwen's plots are just right like the Mitch Rapp books before Kyle Mills took overAt the start of the book Robert Pope Director of SAD the CIA's Special Activities Division has tasked Gil Shannon with hunting down and taking out two Al aeda in the Arabian Peninsula AAP operatives At the same time one of the suitcase nukes has detonated Prologue on the US Mexican border between New Mexico and Chihuahua devastating a border town and sending radioactive dust and debris heading towards El Paso Texas Needless to say the two kiloton blast sends the White House into shock especially when it is learnt there is a second RA 115 already in the US The military is now at Defcon 2 The reverberation isn't only in terms of physical damage Russia's President calls on the US President and warns that its intel has verified that North Korea will launch a surprise attack on South Korea should there be a nuclear attack on Washington DC Gil Shannon who is in Casablanca when the first bomb detonates accomplishes his mission and heads home to find out what is going on Meanwhile we switch scenes to two spec ops guys Medal of Honor recipient Green Beret Daniel Crosswhite whom we met in Book 21 and Navy SEAL Brett Tuckerman These two are roped in to join Gil when Seal Team Six Black is reactivated to locate and neutralize the second RA 115 DC is evacuated and the military is now at Defcon 1Of course there's the obligatory fragile marriage and wife who can't handle her husband's job However in this case Marie Gil's wife is a woman who can handle her own Though traumatized and in acute distress when the Al aeda ops attack their family home she shows she's no shrinking violet Kudos to her Ditto to Oso Cazador the family's Chesapeake Bay retriever Some good people die here and that saddened meDespite the freuent location and scene switches I was never lost and found this installment unputdownable No fillers no navel gazing it was moving forward at every new scene and each picking up from the earlier the suspense building up right to the end A rather sad but realistic end I hate it when good guys dieSo yes I loved this one

Target AmericaLife of one of their ownIn Target America Gil and his team many of whom had gone rogue are reunited as an off the books Special Ops unit that must race against the clock to save the country from nuclear destruction New York Times bestselling author Scott McEwen once again delivers a gripping and fast paced adventure that illuminates the shadow world of clandestine military operatio REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK; DECEMBER 12 2016Narrator Brian HutchisonThe Narration I don't know if I would have enjoyed this book as much if I'd read it instead of listened to it As it is as an audiobook Target America was excellent I'm so glad Hutchison is narrating the other books and hope it stays that way His accent is neutral and his voice suits an actionthriller appropriate to the age of the MC Gil Shannon who is in his early 40s unlike Guidall Hill Ferrone et all who sound rather elderlyThe Story Some weak parts at the start I couldn't uite connect some of the early scenes but my confusion was shortlived There were also many characters and as I can't remember the details of the first book I'm not sure if all of them are recurring ones or newWhat I Liked The main plot was simple not always the case for me and I could follow it easily This was especially good for me because in some books an action scene may be very intense and suspenseful but I may not completely understand its connection to the plot or may have unanswered uestions pertaining to the scene a result of overly complicated storylines Brad Thor's books tend to be like that for me as well as some of Brad Taylor's But to my delight McEwen's plots are just right like the Mitch Rapp books before Kyle Mills took overAt the start of the book Robert Pope Director of SAD the CIA's Special Activities Division has tasked Gil Shannon with hunting down and taking out two Al aeda in the Arabian Peninsula AAP operatives At the same time one of the suitcase nukes has detonated Prologue on the US Mexican border between New Mexico and Chihuahua devastating a border town and sending radioactive dust and debris heading towards El Paso Texas Needless to say the two kiloton blast sends the White House into shock especially when it is learnt there is a second RA 115 already in the US The military is now at Defcon 2 The reverberation isn't only in terms of physical damage Russia's President calls on the US President and warns that its intel has verified that North Korea will launch a surprise attack on South Korea should there be a nuclear attack on Washington DC Gil Shannon who is in Casablanca when the first bomb detonates accomplishes his mission and heads home to find out what is going on Meanwhile we switch scenes to two spec ops guys Medal of Honor recipient Green Beret Daniel Crosswhite whom we met in Book 21 and Navy SEAL Brett Tuckerman These two are roped in to join Gil when Seal Team Six Black is reactivated to locate and neutralize the second RA 115 DC is evacuated and the military is now at Defcon 1Of course there's the obligatory fragile marriage and wife who can't handle her husband's job However in this case Marie Gil's wife is a woman who can handle her own Though traumatized and in acute distress when the Al aeda ops attack their family home she shows she's no shrinking violet Kudos to her Ditto to Oso Cazador the family's Chesapeake Bay retriever Some good people die here and that saddened meDespite the freuent location and scene switches I was never lost and found this installment unputdownable No fillers no navel gazing it was moving forward at every new scene and each picking up from the earlier the suspense building up right to the end A rather sad but realistic end I hate it when good guys dieSo yes I loved this one

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Target America Ú From the coauthor of theNew York Times bestseller American Sniper comes a heart pounding military thriller in which the fabled Special Ops unit is activated to stop a group of terrorists from launching “suitcase” nukes somewhere in AmericaWhen Chechen terrorists manage to smuggle a Cold War–era Russian nuke across the Mexican American border the President is forced to reactiv A military thriller that will delight fans of Vince Flynn’s Mitch RappThere is a nuke in the US and the only hope of finding it might need some rules being broken For that The President calls upon the team he disbanded following a previous mission where they ignored his orders So plenty of action and White House politics in another excellent thriller from the author Really did remind me of the best of Vince FlynnReally good series this clever action packed and engaging reader ☆ Target America ↠ Scott McEwen

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Scott McEwen ↠ Target America text Ate the only unit capable of stopping them Navy SEAL sniper Gil Shannon and his brash team of SEALs and Delta Force fighters First introduced in Sniper Elite One Way Trip hailed by Publishers Weekly as a “meaty thriller” with “snappy dialogue and well timed humor” Shannon and his team were run out of the military after defying direct orders and instead choosing to save the I started this book 3 different times before I could actually stay with it I enjoy a great hook at the beginningit gives me a feel for the kind of ride I'm about to embark upon and gives me a little anticipation This book didn't have that It was kind of slow on the set up But once it got there I enjoyed it This is my first book by this author I liked the details given about the characters and the situations I never felt lost Even though it dragged a bit there were some great twists So 3 stars