Hybrid Forced Vengeance

Hybrid Forced Vengeance

by Greg Ballan

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Overview

Human/Esper detective Erik Knight has kept his bargain with the United States Government by functioning as an undercover operative and CIA Cooler for over two years. Erik has been using his inhuman abilities to clean up terrorist hotspots and break narcotics trafficking rings throughout the United States and countries with US political interests. While away on assignment, Erik's life is shattered when he learns his wife died in a car accident. Though he attended her funeral and burial, Erik can still feel a subtle trace of his beloved in his mind.

Threats against the life of the French President's daughter by terrorists result in the grieving Knight being assigned to protect her. After he foils two attempts on her life, he discovers that the radical group accused of the act is not involved. He joins forces with the group's leader and discovers the termination order originated inside the beltway in Washington DC. As the CIA Cooler digs deeper he learns that there may be a connection between the assisination attempts, his deceased wife, and a threat against the entire planet from outside the solar system.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781897562659
Publisher: Lachesis Publishing
Publication date: 08/01/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 301,373
File size: 992 KB

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Hybrid Forced Vengeance 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book doesn't pretend to be a serious tale of life in America. Instead it is an adventure of a man who, like Superman, can transform himself from a mild mannered Detective into a world saving God like creature.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hybrid Forced Vengeance weaves a compelling narrative that combines elements of science fiction and thriller, along with a healthy dose of human drama. A continuation of the original Hybrid novel, we again focus on Erik Knight as he comes to terms with his new abilities and the fallout they've had with his relationships with the people he knows. Things don't stay mundane for long though, and a complicated plot involving everything from kidnapping to the US Government to alien visitors is exposed at a perfectly balanced pace, sprinkled throughout with fantastic action sequences that never fail to pack a punch, both figuratvely and literally. Overall, Hybrid 2 impresses from start to finish, expanding on the characterization and powers of Erik Knight in a fashion that leaves one eager to experience his next challenge in the third book. Highly recommended
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the first book; this one’s even better. The separate plots come together slowly and intertwine together beautifully as the story progresses. The action scenes are incredibly well done and riveting. When Erik Knight finally unleashed his full potential I was stunned. It was nice to see Erik rely not only on his physical power but utilize his brain power as well to unravel the deep seated conspiracy . I wonder if Greg Ballan is a Batman fan? The only question I had was how did Brainna age so quickly? This was an amazing read with a fantastic ending.
kaydle50 More than 1 year ago
Suppose you had more power than the Hulk, would you use it for revenge? Enter Erik Knight, a Master Warrior who must face a variety of antagonists for not only his and others survival, but Earth's. Each action scene increased in intensity (like tiers in a game) leading to a highly imaginative and satisfying battle. I eagerly anticipate the 3rd installation of this series.