In the end, the book was saved by the excellent action, an interesting main character in Adam Gray and some novel technology. While the action was wonderful and the pacing superb, the supporting cast left much to be desired. Faced paced and exciting, this is a great new series. The Shadow Protocol is the first novel in a new series from bestselling author Ady McDermott. Adam Gray the hero of this story is a cross bet I have not read Andy's previous series so I came to his writing as a newbie.
A writer of rare, almost cinematic talent. When Adam hunts a terrorist plotting to murder millions, he begins to realize that, although he can delve into the minds of others, his own memories are a mystery. Filled with intrigue, adventure, and non-stop action, The Shadow Protocol is perfect for fans of Robert Ludlum and James Rollins. McDermott does not fully develop them, but they are interesting and there is plenty of room for these characters to grow. It is just an exclamation point or two sprinkled through out. If only the rest of the book had been like that.
Bookgasm True Indiana Jones stuff with terrific pace. He wants to know why he lost his memory. She and Adam become targets themselves as she tries to help him uncover his own past. Dropping bombs at neighboring warring countries and indulging in bone shattering and death defying stunts and scenarios and escaping at hair's breadth each time. But as they fight this violent conspiracy around the globe, another threat has emerged.
Andy McDermott Regrettably, at present and we don't have any specifics of the designer Andy McDermott. While the technology was cumbersome and difficult to execute the characters had to carry around heavy equipment, kidnap and subdue the subject, inject the agent and subject with a precise cocktail of drugs, wait a period of time to for the persona to download, then inject the subject with drugs to wipe their short term memory while setting up the scene to make the subject think he an accident the result was original and intruding. If You Like This,Check These Out Too: review 2: My ThoughtsI have always been a fan of under cover, spy type novels and The Shadow Protocol really filled the bill. Filled with intrigue, adventure, and non-stop action, The Shadow Protocol is perfect for fans of Robert Ludlum and James Rollins. We currently have listed on the site and with more added each day. A neuro-scientist has developed the ability to transfer one persons thoughts and memories to another person. Called the Person Project Adam have become the perfect vessel for the project, which allows him to copy the brain patterns of the terrorists and operatives he meets in the field.
The books I review on this blog that are not touted as specifically Christian Fiction or Christian Non-fiction are ones that have quality, no graphic sex scenes, and very little or no foul language. For me the book actual Superbly Fast paced Spy Thriller The book is what you will ever want in a spy thriller. He is also the author of The Tomb of Hercules, The Secret of Excalibur, The Covenant of Genesis, The Pyramid of Doom, The Sacred Vault, Empire of Gold, Return to Atlantis, The Valhalla Prophecy, and The Shadow Protocol. If you are a serial McDermott reader, this is a nice direction that he took. Now Gray and his team are racing to stop a plot to release a radioactive isotope that could kill millions. One of the best urban chase scenes that I have read. Instead he gives us a great story with great characters.
A machine has been invented that allows an agent to copy the memory of anyone to his own. For twenty-four hours he can recall their memories. He can be America's worst enemy—before he's back to being Adam Gray again. This book was able to surprise me and this is mainly centered around the overall concept of the book; creating an interrogation process minus the interrogation. In very rare cases, I will review a book that I have purchased. My Geeky nature coupled with old age remembered a Gerry Anderson character called Joe 90 who in some ways was very similar.
Adam Gray is a cipher, a disciplined loner conditioned not to betray a single emotion ePub. He can know every detail of their plans. Where others' action scenes limp along unconvincingly, his explode off the page in Technicolor. Some questions come up about a previous mission, some of the personnel ask questions and the book takes off. For me the book actually gets really good at the second half and from there the book is absolutely a jet speed thriller. By that point, it was probably to late for me. Certainly a different slant from the Nina and Eddie Chase stories, however I could not get my head around the writing of the new characters, in that it did not feel it was written by the same author.
Adam Gray is a cipher, a disciplined loner conditioned not to betray a single emotion. Violence - 3 While there are many occurrences of violence throughout the book, it seemed as if the author wanted the book to be appropriate to younger readers are well as more mature readers. She is a catalyst for drama in the second half of the book but her inclusion and influence on the characters was never justified. I think this departure from the Nina and Eddie series of archaeological adventures is it still archaeology if they destroy mos Something a little bit different from Andy McDermott with Persona Protocol; different in that Nina and Eddie aren't being shot at in this one. And in a nerve-racking clandestine meeting, Gray senses that his cover is cracked and that the mission--not to mention his life--may be in grave danger.