The New Enemy review ¹ 109

Andy McNab ï 9 review

Behind enemy lines carrying out top secret surveillance and dead letter drops But he's new to the game and there's a lot to learn Soon Liam is monitoring a den of Authentic no unnecessary descriptions all action better than later escapades by Stone as a private mercenary Detour de France private mercenary

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The New Enemy

Al Shabaab militants and hunting a key terrorist target Can Recce Platoon find their man and get out undiscovered? If the militants find them first it's game over Firstly thanks to Goodreads first reads for a copy of this bookI would not normally read ya and to be honest this was not the book for me that said the story has a good plot line and is well written and thanks to the author you get feel of the authenticity of the story and scenes which take place This will appeal to many who are looking for an adventure story of army life and the heroic actions of the soldiers within the book

summary The New Enemy

It's a deadly game of hide and seek Liam Scott has joined Recce Platoon And it looks like he will be heading for Somalia His mission is to gather intelligence from it was an intresting book and was very exiting i recomend it to people who like thrillers i like the ending a lot as it was exiting and it built up a lot of tention


10 thoughts on “The New Enemy

  1. says:

    It's like a deadly game of hide and seek Liam Scott joined the recede platoon and they are going to Somalia His mission is to get information from behind the enemy And it is going to be hard for him cause he is a new recruit but Since he is a new recruit he's going to learn a lot from this missionMy favourite character is Liam Scott cause he is like a fearless soldier I believe u can call him RAMBOI chose this book because I'm into shooting books and war booksI learnt that it is hard too go to war and that you will need to work hard


  2. says:

    absolutely amazing perfect way to end the Liam Scott trilogy


  3. says:

    it was an intresting book and was very exiting i recomend it to people who like thrillers i like the ending a lot as it was exiting and it built up a lot of tention


  4. says:

    The best of the Liam Scott book series and one of my favourite books


  5. says:

    Really enjoyed this book while I'm not a teenager


  6. says:

    Authentic no unnecessary descriptions all action better than later escapades by Stone as a private mercenary


  7. says:

    A very realistic portrayal


  8. says:

    That was very enjoyable For me this series of books is getting better as they go along This time we have a change in War theatre from Afghanistan to SomaliaKenya for affiliates of Al uaeda called Al Shabaab It was well written and very enjoyable However one small thing for me This book is formally a YA novel aimed at teenagers but there is very graphic extreme violence including executions and tortures which I would deem unsuitable for younger readers or those of a sensitive nature The author has done a brilliant job in the realism and it was disturbing in places perhaps a little too much for a YA novel Otherwise it was great and the series is going from strength to strength and I'm looking forward to Liam's next adventure


  9. says:

    Firstly thanks to Goodreads first reads for a copy of this bookI would not normally read ya and to be honest this was not the book for me that said the story has a good plot line and is well written and thanks to the author you get feel of the authenticity of the story and scenes which take place This will appeal to many who are looking for an adventure story of army life and the heroic actions of the soldiers within the book


  10. says:

    I received this book through Goodreeds Firstreads I got this book and I must admit it's slightly out of sync with a lot of books I normally read but I embraced it and read it anyway and I was pleasantly surprised I genuinely enjoyed this book and i managed to fly through it It was a good story with a good pace and good writing


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