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The Warrior's Debt (Volume 4) by Ty Patterson (2015-10-21)

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  • By AVIDReader worm on May 24, 2015

    I think i am liking Zeb carter (our protagonist) more than Jack Reacher for by the sequence of four books, our character has become more polished, fierce and unstoppable. The book is getting more and more irresistible and hard to put down.The author is getting good and stronger at his work and he is becoming a strong threat to his contemporaries with a well sketched set of characters and even stronger story plot.What i loved about this book is that the author has briefed all the previous books so beautifully and seamlessly that you could easily read this book as a standalone. The story is fresh for each book has only the central characters revisiting but with an effective background brief, you wont suffer much if you haven't read the previous booksThere is though one problem with the book. The jump from one scene to another is almost instantly and it becomes a little bit of task to track our character's location and setting of the scene. Maybe it was in the formatting of the book or narration but somehow the transition was a bit jerky. Almost flickering between characters and scenes.Undoubtedly The warrior series is out for blood. Blood of other popular fictional action heroes especially Jack Reacher. By the fourth book the series has gone golden and solid with both its sets of characters and strong story plot. The author needs to smooth the transition between various scenes a little more but otherwise this book is unbeatable in its genre. A terrific read and a blood pumping adrenaline read along with being rich in plot.

  • By DD Gott on April 17, 2016

    New York is in the grip of a killer the likes of whom it has never seen before. He chooses his victims randomly and disappears like a ghost after his murderous act. The NYPD are baffled and turn to Special Ops agent, Zeb Carter. Zeb is a killer himself, an assassin, a hunter. He hunts terrorists, despots, killers of all kinds, but even his skills get him nowhere as the killer always stays one step ahead. Zeb's only hope is that the killer makes a mistake. The killer doesn't, he already has Zeb Carter on his radar. The killer turn’s hunter, Zeb Carter is prey.What did I like? We are here on the 4th book of the series and by now if you have read them in order which I recommend but you don’t have to, the author has briefed all the previous books so beautifully and seamlessly that you could easily read this book as a standalone. The story is all on it’s own for each book has only the central characters but with an effective background brief, you will be up to date even if you haven't read the previous books. Anyway you know that Zeb has a secret weapon that only he knows about and which helps him whenever he needs it. I love this point that the author has added to the story line. Many of us have this secret that we use and no one ever knows about. It helps us make decisions and takes us out of harm’s way sometimes. It certainly works for Zeb.What will you like? In this one we are on a psychological thrill ride. The killer is well developed, both his present-day stalker-homicidal sociopath persona, and his back-story. Again I love the way our author has presented this character, especially since previously it has all been action, action, and more action. The killer has his own voice and the voice of a serial killer and there are a few instances where these voices, stand alone and yet mix with the live conversation. Overall, this is an interesting technique for adding this killer to the story line. You will see the research that it took to develop this character and to bring him to life. You will love the work that it took to find him and the work of all the characters working together to do that. When you are hunting someone that appears like a ghost it takes the work of a village to make the most of all of the work required. You will also appreciate the relationships of the team and what drives them to do what they do but importantly what they will do when one or more are at risk of danger. This one is a really emotionally involved story and I sure held my breath more than once.I have been a beta reader for this author since book one and I love this as it gives me the chance to work with new authors and follow along during their growth. I have been amazed at the development that Mr. Patterson has shown since the first book and I don’t think he is anywhere close to stopping till he reaches the big leagues. He certainly has shown me that he deserves to be there.

  • By Donald B. on March 8, 2015

    In the interest of full disclosure, I am the Don Hoffman, mentioned in the Acknowledgements as a Beta reader. I have had access to this manuscript and even received a gift copy from Ty Patterson, the author. When this book went on sale, I immediately bought another for my bookshelf. Why did I buy one, when I already had the draft and a gift copy? I bought it because it is that good of a book and it deserves to be on your shelf.Authors spend a lot of time and effort, honing their craft and presenting us, the readers, with a product that lets us relax and enjoy a good "read". We, as readers, have two ways to show the author he has reached us; buy their books and review their work. One of the greatest things about the ebook format is the opportunity to discover new authors, with little or no up-front investment. I have read each one of Ty Patterson's books and have watched him grow as a writer. His books have gotten steadily better, each one going deeper into the character of not only Zeb, the protagonist, but also those around him. There is no character in his stories that does not serve a purpose and they are all very well drawn in each story.In this book, The Warrior's Debt, the look into the mind of a serial killer is particularly intriguing. The story takes you places you won't expect and there are plot twists that will leave you saying, "Why didn't I see that coming?". In fact, you might describe this as more of a psychological thriller than an action thriller, even though there are opportunities for Zeb to unleash his "inner warrior". I am pleased to recommend this book to you, I do not think you will be disappointed.

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