Hunt for the Enemy - the breathtaking and action-packed finale to the Enemy series.
The hunt is on. They've erased his past. Erased his very existence. But Carl Logan isn't finished yet.
On the run in a harsh Russian winter, Logan - a once invaluable asset - has been set up for murder. His own agency, the secretive JIA, have labeled him a rogue. They're hunting him down. And they're not the only ones.
But there's more at stake than just Logan's life. One by one agents and informants from all sides are dying. An entire intelligence community is under attack. And Logan is the only man who can stop it.
©2016 Rob Sinclair (P)2016 Audible, Ltd
Super series. Engrossing, absorbing and written in a way that going forward and backward in time to recount various strands of the narrative adds intrigue and suspense.
The ending obviously sets the stage for the next book, but it's engaging none the less.
All three books move on at a cracking pace. Full of glorious twists and turns that lead you in a direction, but not quite the right one. Great fun, and Paul Thornley is a master of this genre of audiobooks
Ex-sailor who is finding audible a good way to read books. I listen in the car and, often, cannot wait to drive somewhere !!
This is the last book of the Trilogy. Generally I enjoyed all three books. Sometimes I wondered what direction things were leading, sometimes I was surprised and, mostly, I just couldn't turn it off. Paul Thornley is my favourite narrator and he just seems to present books in a manner I like. Do start at the beginning ... it is a very good place to start !! I'll wait for another episode and I am sure it'll be a good 'read' !
This series is great you can't help but to keep reading. I was captivated from the start and to the finish so much to the point that I had to gothe beginning of the series to get the full benefit of the book. I love the lack of fear in Carl Logan and how he managed to get out of it. Want to know what happened to Ms FBI to see what really happened is she alive or not. Left me wanting more. Received in advance from Net Galley in exchange for honest review.
"Who's the Enemy?"
After reading the (first) three books in the Enemy Series, I still haven't figured out who the Enemy is. Perhaps it doesn't much matter--the whole premise is that it is the protagonist against virtually everyone else. I did enjoy consuming this trilogy, but I'm not compelled to return to it and I don't really care if the series continues.
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