Goodreads: Execution of Justice

Author: Patrick Dent

Published: September 2017

Source: Copy from Author

Rating: 3/5 (Liked it)

Official Summary: “Can Black Ops recruit John Drake hunt down the most dangerous man in the world and prevent a war? Or, will he become the monster he hunts?
Does Drake have what it takes to complete his mission and save the world?
A congressman’s daughter and 37 other women are being held by a human trafficker running a global operation based in Morocco. Meanwhile, the world stands on the brink of war as a CIA plot to incite a conflict between the Muslim oil countries and Israel unfolds. Three Covert Operatives have already been brutally murdered.

Enter John Drake, a man driven by personal demons, who is determined to bring his own brand of justice to this ruthless gang.

Tracking the most powerful enemy he has ever faced, haunted by trauma from his past, Drake must ultimately confront the most terrifying identity of all – his own.

An impossible mission becomes even tougher when Drake’s assignment propels him to the fulcrum of a new World War.” – Goodreads

Review: I liked it. It felt like it was a very slow burner. It kept building up and building up. I was left waiting for it to get anywhere. Boy did it at the end, very action packed. I liked that it was set in the 1970s, it made it different and interesting to read. You learned a little bit of history. (the story and places were fictional) It didn’t really feel like a thriller more of an action adventure.

It was extremely well written and the pace was steady throughout. In some places, I did feel like the Author repeated himself with information he had already mentioned before. It only happened once or twice wasn’t anything bad. More of a reminder than anything.

It was split into different parts. You didn’t just follow the main character. It took you a while to realise that it was all linked in some way.

(Disclaimer: I received a copy from Author. Does not affect my review.)