In the wake of a bloody battle at Forward Operating Base Frontier and a scandalous presidential impeachment, Lieutenant Colonel Jan Thorsson, call sign " Harlequin," becomes a national hero and a pariah to the military that is the only family he' s ever known. In the fight for Latent equality, Oscar Britton is positioned to lead a rebellion in exile, but a powerful rival beats him to the punch: Scylla, a walking weapon who will stop at nothing to end the human-sanctioned apartheid against her kind.
When Scylla' s inhuman forces invade New York City, the Supernatural Operations Corps are the only soldiers equipped to prevent a massacre. In order to redeem himself with the military, Harlequin will be forced to face off with this havoc-wreaking woman from his past, warped by her power into something evil.
Where does Shadow Ops, Book 3: Breach Zone rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
About 3rd / 4th out of 5.
If you’ve listened to books by Myke Cole before, how does this one compare?
Compares about the same although Cole seemed more at ease in the delivery of this book which was good.
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
Made more of the characters and voices.
Myke Cole weaves a complex set of characters into this futuristic clash between worlds. The exciting plot of his previous books is strengthened by back story that gives depth to a fast-paced battle for the future of humanity.
fast paced action packed story. i couldn't stop till i got to the end.
I'm going to keep his short. Originally I was never going to read this book because the previous books in the series pissed me off for various reasons. But I heard a sufficient number of good things about this book for me to give this book a chance, and it paid off. It wasn't a spectacular book by any means, but it was quite enjoyable and I can see myself listening to it again (which is something I cannot say for the other books in the series).