The Detachment (A John Rain Novel Book 7) and millions of other books are .. This item:The Detachment (John Rain Thrillers) by Barry Eisler Paperback. The Detachment. Barry Eisler. Thomas & Mercer (Amazon, dist.), $ trade paper (p) ISBN Thriller specialist Eisler (Inside Out, , etc.) combines characters from his two regular series in a muddled but mostly exciting tale of.
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The plot-twists can be a bit predictable however do not detract much from the read. Supposedly the person who hired th was saving the country from a coup, or leading a coup or something, but the author clearly didn’t care about that, nothing was really resolved, and no one really tue anyway.
This is a major page turner for me, tough I saw plot twists coming a long way off. If you like thrillers with action, terrific plots and great characters then The Detachment is the book for you. What I loved about the book was its characterization not only does it feature the return of John Rain but also has him mixing with Daniel Larison.
Cover art and design provided by Jeroen ten Berge. From the beginning, he seemed more settled and the way he handled Larison was shocking. No trivia or quizzes yet. View all 10 comments.
John Rain 7Ben Treven 3. Eisler’s bestselling thrillers have won the Barry Award and the Gumshoe Award for Best Thriller of the Year, have been included in numerous “Best Of” lists, and have been translated into nearly twenty languages.
This is all first-rate stuff. The best one yet, I love the way he wove the past characters together. I very much loved to read about Larison in his introductory appearance and this short story is the icing on the cake for all fans.
Sep 27, Mehmet Utkan rated it really detachmen it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. If you’re new to John Rain, you don’t need to read the older novels to enjoy this one, though it helps with returning characters.
There’s a big payday involved for Rain and the chance to do some good for the American people at the same time.
Oct 09, Dave Hay rated it really liked it Shelves: Barty like these characters developed by Barry Eisler. Through out the story the reader is shown a tremendous glimpse in to the life of a covert operative both official and mercenary.
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Other books in the series. Another highlight is the character interactions as they showcase the psyche of each individual which is a risler for ever Eisler fan to read. If you have never read Eisler, you are missing a guilty pleasure in life What I loved about the book was its characterization not only does it feature the return of John Rain but also has him mixing with Daniel Larison.
The Detachment begins by re-introducing John Rain who has been living a retired life of sorts but is still proficient enough to notice that there are people tailing detachmebt. Horton wants Rain to lead a team that will assassinate the three principal coup plotters and thus head off the threat.
That’s skillfu Barry Eisler manages a difficult challenge in his “Rain” books, almost like keeping a knife balanced on its edge. If this is true, then why, as Tim Wolf reviewed this, it passed thru the editing product? Want to Read saving….
The Man Booker, new non-profi Once there, Horton lays out a chilling scheme in which a group of plotters is planning a coup against the United States government. He is the author of two thriller series, the first featuring anti-hero John Raina half- Japanesehalf-American former soldier turned freelance assassin, and a second featuring black ops soldier Ben Treven.
Eisler has been writing about the assassin John Rain for a while, and this is the latest of those books.