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Sons of Eirinn Operation Celtic Jihad

A Conner Ryan Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Simon Williams
Series: A Conner Ryan Series, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 16 mins
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Summary

The New World Order of the post-NATO era, the GMA Global Military Alliance is the new policeman on the block.

Two twin brothers, one a fanatically Catholic Republican Irish terrorist, one a former SAS soldier. Both trained killers on a bloody brutal collision course searching for an Iranian super explosive in war-torn Turkey

Ex-Special Forces soldier Connor (Skid) Ryan is recruited as a contractor by his former hated SAS officer to capture or kill Declan O’Malley, a notorious Sons Of Eirinn bombmaker. With soldiers from the PKK, Ryan has to execute a daring military operation - this time without his Special Forces comrades before the terrorists can use the WMD on the streets of Britain. The worlds security services of China, Russia, USA, and the UK are all desperately homing in to prevent another 9/11 atrocity on an even larger scale. Can successful new partnerships really be forged between The Sons of Eirinn and The Swords of Islam to destroy the Zionists, Americans, and the English? Can western governments work together in the shadow world of military contracting? Can Connor Ryan really capture or even kill his own brother? Can he achieve this vital mission even though he is suffering from PTSD? 

Post NATO, one thing that remained a constant, the need for anonymous men - men like Special Forces soldier Connor Ryan and the shadow warriors - to do the bidding of those in power. They are asked to perform unspeakable acts of violence, deniable deeds of someone else's nightmare using the unsung heroes that oiled the dirty wheels of governance. 

©2017 Anthony Arthur McNally (P)2018 Anthony Arthur McNally

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Absolute rubbish.

The story is very poor and lacks any interest. the narrator does not seem to have any concept of how to deliver a story with any decent timing and ruins most of it with his annoying northern accent.
Do not waist your money

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A Gripping Story

Thoroughly enjoyable story written by someone who clearly knows the subject matter.
The narration of the story is done professionally with due reverence for the characters involved. Some of the characterisations are quite amusing and I did laugh out loud with how certain characters in the story were portrayed by the narrator.
With the extra sound effects and music, the whole audiobook was a fun and gripping listen.
I'm hoping there'll be a book 2.

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  • cora
  • 23-10-19

Twins

I like the story because it was about real people fictional but earthly. Espionage murder love children has it all. I would recommend this book to anyone who listens to this genre. Thank you to the author thank you to the narrator. A great job thank you.