Common enemies make enemies friends.
|TITLE:||BrainRush II – The Enemy of My Enemy|
Jake Bronson is back in “Brainrush II – The Enemy of My Enemy”. Not only is Jake back, but some of his old friends and enemies are back as well. Just as in the first book of the series “Brainrush”, the action starts on page one. Within the first few paragraphs, we find Jake in the cockpit of his plane with a guy intent on killing him in the back seat. Not only does the “old friend” of Jake’s want to kill him, he also wants to kill some of Jake’s friends. — All this on the first 3-4 pages!
The action doesn’t stop as Jake and his friends discover a terrorist plot that only they will be able to stop. The story takes Jake’s group south of the border (illegally of course) and has some of his other friends stealing some very high priced stuff.
Even though this is part two of the series, there is no need to read part one first. The reader will probably want to read part one after finishing “Brainrush II – The Enemy of My Enemy”.
Richard Bard continues to show his skill as a writer in this action thriller and nail-biter that I highly recommend. The action scenes are vivid and put you in the middle of the action.
- Did I mention the drug runners, government conspiracies and cover-ups? …Those are there too!
My question – will there be a BrainRush III?
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