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Summary

A Rick Fuller thriller.

Book 5, The Fellowship.

Todd Blackman’s murderers are dead, and Yunfakh, the latest organised crime gang to come out of the Arab world, have been driven from the streets of Manchester. But MI6 and the CIA are now determined to rid the rest of the world of this powerful new gang by targeting their leader, Abdallah Al-Mufti.  

With Des wounded, Cartwright tasks Rick to travel to Southern Ireland alone. Posing as an old IRA player, Fuller’s job is to buy a stockpile of weapons left over from the Troubles and sell them to men he hopes will lead him to Al-Mufti. However, what is left of the Provo’s have other ideas. Even 20 years on, Rick Fuller’s scalp is a precious commodity.

With action from beginning to end, THE FELLOWSHIP is a rip roaring ride that will keep you listening until the very end.

©2018 Robert White (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Good story but frustrating

I really like this series but found this book frustrating as it seemed to start without warning right after the previous book which I read sometimes ago... As a result it took me a few chapters to get upto speed. The story seemed half baked and rushed, and then it ended. The end is clearly for the next book to follow directly on...

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Not great.

This book is not up to the same standard as the previous books in this series. The story feels like it was rushed by the author with little attention to detail. Massive firefights take place and never a mention of police appearing, even hours after these gun fights . HALO parachute jumps into Kerry.? A bit far fetched, its supposed to be Ireland, not war torn Syria or Afghanistan..Narrators 'Oirish' accent is atrocious. Story has the pathetic stereotypical drunken Irish characters, which is a cheap shot.. Disappointed in the book, but still enjoyed it on some level.

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Don’t buy if you’re Irish

Really disappointing, I’ve listened to most in this series and this was by far the least enjoyable. It was formulaic and lacked imagination. Don’t buy if you’re Irish, you’ll be offended by the stereotypical stupid drunken terrorists who only listen to Traditional Irish music and the murderous Irish gypsies who kidnap Children.

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Poor ending

A good story well read, but the ending was shockingly poor! I get a cliff hanger, but this was ridiculous.

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Brilliant

Absolutely brilliant writing this book is part of series of 6 all of which are fantastic.
Would highly recommend.

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a good story

its a good story although you have to wonder if Rick is such a super soldier did he ever pull off an mission with the sas that went right? also not appreciating the ending

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Not the best of Ric's adventures

Unfortunately some of the story is a bit far fetching and the term most luck than judgement is wearing a bit thin!
Fingers crossed the next chapter is more believable

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gone a bit wrong this one

I've really enjoy the Rick fuller series and I like the authors writing style. I appreciate you have to let go of reality a little , it's a fiction book after all but I feel it lost its way this book. the team bring in a completely unknown female who comes for an interview and launch her Into a deadly game involving Provo's and Mi6. Sorry it lost me there just would not happen and the character is rather annoying and not likeable. fuller is a good basis for a character I'm not sure he needs the other around him constantly , dropping in and out yes. anyway just my view but what would I know of that kind of world hey

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Disappointing finish.. books now like a serial

Disappointing finish.. books now like a serial where this story line never really completed. Left in a major climax 🥴

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As good as always!

Well up to the previously high standard of his books.The big question,what happens next?Must get the next book.