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by Lloyd James,William W. Johnstone
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Action & Adventure
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    Lloyd James,William W. Johnstone
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    Americana Publishing (August 2004)
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This is the second in the Code Name series. "Payback" was the first one and I like it better. John Baroone and his secret group of people light up the Southwest with guns, bombs and bullets. They fight outlaw biker gangs and crooked business men and the mob. Sometimes there are two or three against twenty to forty bikers. The two or three always win, go figure. This reminds me of his Mountain Man series which I enjoyed until the books started being filled with flashbacks to previous books. This appears to be the same story line as those books, just in a different setting. I think the earlier Mountain Men books and his Eagle series are much better that the Code series.
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This is the worst book I have ever read in my entire life. The writing style is terrible, with the most hackneyed dialoge and plot. I felt like I was watching a bad episode of Walker: Texas Ranger or V.I.P.. There was the cast of elite commandos who act like little kids, (Like the guy who is always hungry). Having a bunch of bikers as the bad guys? They aren't bikers but your normal stereotype associated with them: dirty, dumb, and loud. There is plenty of action, which is the same exact thing over and over. ... It was funny the first time but he did it in every fight scene! Then the blood and gore descriptions from bullets sounded like a bad video game, like eyeballs being the only thing left on a table. No drama, no plot, boring dialoge, et cetera. Save yourself the five dollars on the book and pay to get this man to English 101.
I can only wish that there was a lower rating than one star. This is the most predictable, boring, unbelievable so-called "action" book I have ever seen. The dialogue fails miserably to make up for the lack of plot or character development. Most action books give a little education on weapons or have interesting characters. This book does nothing but bore and cause you to laugh at the same dialogue repeated again and again. Please do not waste your time or money on it.
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This is the second book in his "Code Name" series. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because the action is a little slow at some points. Overall though, it's a good read for those who like action/adventure books. I'm glad to see that Mr Johnstone can still write fresh material.