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Deathlist ➬ [Ebook] ➧ Deathlist By Chris Ryan ➸ – Thomashillier.co.uk John Porter, hero of the original Strikeback novel and TV series returns in an exciting adventure, when old enemies attack the SAS A bitterly cold morning in the Brecon Beacons, and the soldiers tryin John Porter, hero of the original Strikeback novel and TV series returns in an exciting adventure, when old enemies attack the SAS A bitterly cold morning in the Brecon Beacons, and the soldiers trying out for SAS Selection are preparing to face their toughest test yet Overseeing the soldiers is John Porter once a promising young Blade, now a broken man and a drunk, seeing out his days in the Regiment Training WingBut before the Fan Dance can begin, six masked gunmen carry out a devastating attack Dozens of soldiers are killed In the aftermath of the massacre, and with a government desperate for action, Porter and another surviving operator, John Bald, are taken to a secretive briefing in London Their orders to hunt down and kill those responsible for the attackWhat follows is a deadly game of kill or be killed as Bald and Porter lead a Strike Team across Europe on a blood soaked mission of revenge But as they draw closer to their ultimate target, the men discover that there is a greater threat much closer to home.


10 thoughts on “Deathlist

  1. Terence M Terence M says:

    Audiobook 10 55 hours Narrator Barnaby Edwards1.0 out of 5.0 stars DNFQuite frankly I became bored with the whole I was in the SAS style of writing in this novel For example, SAS members were referred to as Blades , not once or twice, but all the bloody time Ditto, their mates were called Muckers , people who were shot had been Slotted , or Brassed , and so on Another thing was the gratuitous use of the C word In my experience, since the almost universal acceptance of the Audiobook 10 55 hours Narrator Barnaby Edwards1.0 out of 5.0 stars DNFQuite frankly I became bored with the whole I was in the SAS style of writing in this novel For example, SAS members were referred to as Blades , not once or twice, but all the bloody time Ditto, their mates were called Muckers , people who were shot had been Slotted , or Brassed , and so on Another thing was the gratuitous use of the C word In my experience, since the almost universal acceptance of the F word, the C word has generally been avoided or used sparingly, by most authors whose books I have read Personally, swearing cussing doesn t worry me at all I use most swear words including fuck I am an Aussie after all , but I never use the C word It s a matter of personal choice, but I consider the word derogatory and sexist and I don t like it at all The use of this and the SAS language began to distract me from a story that I wasn t really interested in, so after pushing to half way through the book, it was slotted and dumped on the DNF shelf


  2. L.M. Mountford L.M. Mountford says:

    I had thought this would be a direct sequel to StrikeBack, however, it feelslike a prequel, only it s set somewhere in the time space that seperates Strikeback s two parts As such, i would recommend reading that book before this, it s not required but it would give away something that happens.This is a damn good read, dark and gritty, but i felt the ending sequence was killed off a bit too quickly The characters are rather 2d with little in the way of development, but this isn t that sor I had thought this would be a direct sequel to StrikeBack, however, it feelslike a prequel, only it s set somewhere in the time space that seperates Strikeback s two parts As such, i would recommend reading that book before this, it s not required but it would give away something that happens.This is a damn good read, dark and gritty, but i felt the ending sequence was killed off a bit too quickly The characters are rather 2d with little in the way of development, but this isn t that sort of read so if that s what your looking for then stay away Great if you enjoy action and thrillers


  3. Mike Raymond Mike Raymond says:

    BrilliantThe story captivated me straight away reading the book you wanted the two main characters to get their revenge It fast paced flowed from chapter to chapter really well Loved it can wait to see if there is


  4. MB MB says:

    Brilliant book, made all thescary because of how much it draws on what s happening in the world today.


  5. Terence M Terence M says:

    Audiobook Deathlist Chris Ryan Strikeback 01 Started Saturday, 1 December I was looking for something action quick and easy Abandoned Sunday, 2 December Very static, boring dialogue Not worth the effortdnf 1.0 of 5.0


  6. David Telky David Telky says:

    Good ReadIt s a fast auctioned good read to fill in time and pleasantly spend a few hours a good holiday read


  7. Jonathan Noble Jonathan Noble says:

    Chris Ryan has walked the walk as an SAS soldier, and it shows in his writing I enjoyed the original Strike Back book, and the TV series This story takes place before there was a Section 20, with a washed up drunk John Porter basically failing at life After an attack on The Regiment, he teams up with another operator down on his luck, in an exciting sorry of revenge and redemption I listened to the audiobook version, which was well read, with a variety of mostly accurate accents adding to Chris Ryan has walked the walk as an SAS soldier, and it shows in his writing I enjoyed the original Strike Back book, and the TV series This story takes place before there was a Section 20, with a washed up drunk John Porter basically failing at life After an attack on The Regiment, he teams up with another operator down on his luck, in an exciting sorry of revenge and redemption I listened to the audiobook version, which was well read, with a variety of mostly accurate accents adding to the emersion


  8. Tom Waters Tom Waters says:

    EnjoyableA very good story interesting and full of action an exciting moments I look forward to readingof these actoin adventure


  9. Muslim Muslim says:

    This book stands out for its fascinating plot which makes you wonder what will happen in the next chapters, much like Dan Brown s books It has an intriguing plot, starting out with some Serbs killing officers along with students who are there to recruit students for the SAS After slaying a bunch of the SAS recruits, John Bald with John Porter go over the stumble upon the corpse of two of the guys They start following the traces of the killers until they come across them There, at that scene, This book stands out for its fascinating plot which makes you wonder what will happen in the next chapters, much like Dan Brown s books It has an intriguing plot, starting out with some Serbs killing officers along with students who are there to recruit students for the SAS After slaying a bunch of the SAS recruits, John Bald with John Porter go over the stumble upon the corpse of two of the guys They start following the traces of the killers until they come across them There, at that scene, they kill some of them while the rest of them escape from them The following week they are recruited by the MI6 to track down the criminals Serbian gangs , only to find out in the end after accomplishing the mission that they have been duped by MI6 that they won t get their reward.You will learn so much apart from the fact that you will enjoy the novelthan any action movie However, the novel contain so much swearing that looks like being trapped in the middle of a gang fight down the road, a very intensive vulgar language that makes me feel sick.The author tells you about a very important subject in the 1990s when the Serbs started the genocide of the Bosnians merely for being Muslim, in which lots of corporations and organizations are involved.The novel makes you thrilled by the things that happen one after another, while it makes you wonder what might happen next


  10. Bev Taylor Bev Taylor says:

    what do u get if u strike at the heart of the sas in the brecon beacons a sas selection group r preparing for the tough test of running up the fan timed at 4 hours they r delayed as one of the outposts is not answering., when porter and bald, 2 middle aged veterans, set out to investigate they find them dead and on returning r passed by 2 ramblers in a hurry their suspicions r mounted and despite hurrying a bomb goes off with devastating results over 50 men dead and those not already been what do u get if u strike at the heart of the sas in the brecon beacons a sas selection group r preparing for the tough test of running up the fan timed at 4 hours they r delayed as one of the outposts is not answering., when porter and bald, 2 middle aged veterans, set out to investigate they find them dead and on returning r passed by 2 ramblers in a hurry their suspicions r mounted and despite hurrying a bomb goes off with devastating results over 50 men dead and those not already been shot dead by the assassins they r sent to london on a briefing to find out those responsible for the attack, to kill them and also find the person at the head what follows is a deadly game of kill or be killed as they r on their own the govt will of course disown them but as they get nearer to the top man they realise that there isgoing on than they could ever have envisaged so many twists that u will suffer from whiplash just a few questions as they knew how much money the company s employees were paid why did they accept so little they must have realised that stankovic had been killed by one of his own l would the assasins really have known the others addresses knowing they would be tortured if discovered surely some of the bodies would have been discovered sooner due to the smellbev


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