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Code of Conduct (Scot Harvath, #14) Hidden Deep Within One Of The World S Most Powerful Organizations Is A Secret Committee With A Devastating Agenda Its Members Are Afforded Incredible Protections Considered Elites, UntouchablesBut When Four Seconds Of Video Is Captured Halfway Around The World And Anonymously Transmitted To DC Covert Wheels Are Set In Motion, And Counterterrorism Operative Scot Harvath Is Tapped To Undertake The Deadliest Assignment Of His CareerWhat Begins As A Favor Will Evolve Into A Globe Spanning Drama Of Highly Personal Stakes Played Out Against A Backdrop Of Stunning International Intrigue, Duplicitous Political Gamesmanship, And The Darkest, Most Clandestine Fears Of The Espionage WorldWith Razor Sharp Plotting, Richly Rendered Characters, And Heart Stopping Surprises On Every Page, Thor Isn T Just At The Top Of His Game He Owns The Entire Genre The idea of an ebola threat is, literally, yesterday s news by now Was it really just last year that we were all worried that disease was gonna spread throughout the country and kill us all But trust Brad Thor to come up with a way to make it hit home once again, in a way that I m pretty reasonably sure could never have happened for real Seriously, Mr Thor s got a talent for subjecting the US to serious catastrophes that should really bring all semblance of peaceful society to a permanent en The idea of an ebola threat is, literally, yesterday s news by now Was it really just last year that we were all worried that disease was gonna spread throughout the country and kill us all But trust Brad Thor to come up with a way to make it hit home once again, in a way that I m pretty reasonably sure could never have happened for real Seriously, Mr Thor s got a talent for subjecting the US to serious catastrophes that should really bring all semblance of peacef Most of the other people reviewing this book really enjoyed it I just found it very long winded in explaining everything and confusing Very preachy about God and country, too Some kind of negative agenda with the UN, too, that wasn t clear I do like these kind of books normally, but didn t work for me.However it s 14 in the series, and maybe I needed to read the series from the beginning He s a very popular author But when you start skimming a One word kept going through his mind It started with F and rhymed with truck As a reader, one was going through mine too, it starts with S and rhymes with grit.The narrative here is all over the place as per my example above The full F word is used a number of times in the books, so why the occasional reference as if you were speaking to an eight year old Bizarre and distracting Brad Thor is an inconsistent writer, he has written some pacey, solid and enjoyable thrillers and then he pops One word kept going through his mind It started with F and rhymed with truck As a reader, one was going through mine too, it starts with S and rhymes with grit.The narrative here is all over the place as per my example above The full F word is used a number of times in the books, so why the occasional reference as if you were speaking to an eight year old Bizarre and distracting Brad Thor is an inconsistent writer, he has written some pacey, solid and enjoyable thrillers and then he pops up with some real duds This is one of the duds.The book s main character Scot Harvath is an ex special forces type asked to look into an incident in Africa What he discovers is s The worth of a culture, in his opinion, could be boiled down to one thing how well that culture took care of its weakest members, particularly its women and childrenGreat societal commentary from Brad Thor, early in the 14th Scot Harvath novel Dispatched by the Old Man to determine why a village and mobile hospital were torched, Scot battles African warlords followed by fanatics intent on eradicating much of the world s population by view spoiler biological warfare hide spoiler , ta The worth of a culture, in his opinion, could be boiled down to one thing how well that culture took care of its weakest members, particularly its women and childrenGreat societal commentary from Brad Thor, early in the 14th Scot Harvath novel Dispatched by th

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