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Warlord by Ted Bell
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Mar 28, 2012

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Read from March 22 to 28, 2012

"Warlord" picks up where "Tsar" left off, with Alex Hawke in deep depression over the loss of his second wife and unborn child. He wallows in pity until he is called out of his hiatus to search for threats to the Royal Crown. Many events occur all over the world that are seemingly related, yet are not always understood. The antagonist is well portrayed by Smith, a ruthless former IRA agent who teams up with Muslim militants to overthrow the royal crown. Hawke, from Europe to Afghanistan, is on the prowl. The storyline were generally good, yet seemed disjointed and didn't really come together like it should. Although the end was predictable yet suspenseful, it felt a bit rushed. Granted it was a VERY long book, yet the climax is nearly an afterthought. I still enjoy the series, yet was only an average result for me.

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