Continental Divide (The Destroyer #152)

Continental Divide (The Destroyer #152)

by Warren Murphy, R.J. Carter

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BN ID: 2940158839993
Publisher: Gere Donovan Press
Publication date: 01/19/2018
Series: Destroyer Series , #152
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 250
Sales rank: 197,192
File size: 443 KB

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Continental Divide (The Destroyer #152) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Gilbert_M_Stack More than 1 year ago
The Destroyer series is the story of the glorious House of Sinanju—a 5000 year old line of assassins who created the original martial art from which all others are pale derivatives. The current master and his pupil have been hired by a secret agency within the U.S. government (called CURE) to clean up crime and protect the country by working outside the constitution. Each book features ridiculous parodies of current events, politicians and celebrities. This novel focuses on a poorly defined conspiracy to destroy bridges in the U.S. to boost the air-freight industry. Since it is happening during the presidential election, parodies of Trump and Clinton, both of whom look utterly ridiculous, try to spin the events to boost their campaigns. At the same time, parodies of the Scooby Doo characters are also investigating the crimes. I have read every book in this series, it’s spin off series, and the handful of unnumbered books associated with the series and this one did not measure up to its best standards. The thing that makes the Destroyer so interesting is the banter between Remo (current Master) and Chiun (Master Emeritus and teacher of Remo) and the frustration they cause Smith, the head of CURE. That all important personal storyline was present, but didn’t boost the book as well as it usually does. Also, the basic plot was weak and lacked a satisfying resolution. The book is saved from a poor rating because it serves as the set up for a team up of at least two prominent Destroyer villains, so the prospects for the next novel are great.