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Le personnage Noble raconte ses mésaventures... OK. Mais ce qu'il sait ou pense est si peu développé qu'il est difficile de croire à ce qu'il lui arrive.
La lecture m'a donné l'impression d'être avec un personnage portant des œillères = cela manque d'envergure !
Comme il y a série, j'ai déjà le second livre : je vous dirai s'il passe mieux.
Déception : à la fin du livre il y a proposition de lecture gratuite d'épisodes sur Amazon mais il s'agit de .com donc ce n'est pas pour ceux qui n'ont qu'un compte sur .fr
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1. The main character, Jack Noble, continually mouths off to his superior officers, MPs, interrogators, and many others. That in and of itself is not a bad thing, but the things he's saying are immature. I just have trouble believing that a highly trained Marine and CIA operative would stoop to such a level.
2. This book is attempting to be a realistic military book with regards to weapons and tactics. In the beginning, it even goes so far as to point out that they are using M-16 A3s instead of A4s. However, when this is stated, the author writes that the M-16 A3 has several different fire modes including semi-automatic and single shot. Now, this can be taken two ways. Either the author is saying that there is a fire mode on the M-16 that requires the charging handle to be pulled back for each shot (there isn't), or he is using two different names for the same function (Semi-automatic). If this were done at different places in the book, it wouldn't be an issue, but here it's within a few words. That is just shoddy writing! This one stuck out to me because it is just a few pages into the book. The author is making an error while shoving how "real" this book is in our faces.
3. Jack Noble is released from prison, despite the fact that he is being accused of murder, assaults several people while in the prison, and gets into a fight with two MPs. I'm sorry, but I refuse to believe that any CO on the planet could get a man released from prison after that.
4. We are asked to accept things that we are never told. By this I mean we are asked to assume that things have happened without seeing them happen. For instance, in one scene we are told that Jack draws his pistol. Now, out of context that seems fine -- but he draws the pistol when he should not have one in the first place! He has just been on a commercial flight and been in military prison. While it is stated that he is given a bag of weapons, we are never told that he opened the bag and are just asked to assume that he just has a pistol for some reason. It seems like lazy writing to me.
5. The plot makes little sense. Why would the government need to frame two marines for a murder, when it is explicitly stated that they could easily kill the Marines themselves and get away with it? Why would they be able to kill two Marines (who have a lot more documentation as to their whereabouts than the actual victims), but not be able to murder a random Iraqi family without repercussions?
6. The sentence structure is choppy and disjointed. Overall, this style is very hard to read.
I didn't even finish the book. It just wasn't worth the effort.
It is a story that takes place BEFORE the Noble Intentions Series...
Again, Ryan does an Excellent job with the Writing and Characterization and Plotting and So On!
It's a Fast-Paced Novel, and much More than a War Story!
I don't wanna give away anything, So I'll just Suggest you read it!
For those that have Read the Main Series Already, It is a Great Background that explains where Jack Noble came from...
IF you haven't Read ANY of the Noble Stories, then I suggest you read them this way:
The Recruit (Short Story)
Noble Beginnings (Novel)
Noble Intentions: Season One (Episodes 1-5 Complete)
That way they'll be chronological for those New to Jack Noble...
Either Way, This is One of The Best Damn Series I've Had the Pleasure to read!
Now, I'm just waiting for Season Two to start...
Thanks, Mr. Ryan!
I only made it through 21% of this book. The story is disjointed. The characters are unprofessional, unlikable and not believable. The way they are treated while under arrest by the CIA doesn't make any sense. The way Jack runs off at the mouth is very immature he sounds like a preteen. I expected him to say "I know I am but what are you?"
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