Robert Ludlum's The Janson Command (Janson Series #2)

Robert Ludlum's The Janson Command (Janson Series #2)

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Robert Ludlum's The Janson Command 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Dianne C. for Readers Favorite Retired Intelligence operative, Paul Janson, has a new mission, to get worn out, former operatives from the intelligence sector new useful lives. Janson uses these rehabilitated operatives to form a support group for his second job which includes independent services. Janson's partner, sharpshooter Jessica Kincaid, helps him out in these pursuits. Janson has 3 simple rules he lives by: No torture, No killing civilians, No killing anyone who does not try to kill him; and he expects his support group to live by the same rules! Janson's assignment is to retrieve a doctor from Somali pirates! Sounds simple enough, but it is anything but simple! Janson finds himself wondering who he really is working for: which side, good or evil? The story kept me interested all the way through; you think his plight has come to an end, just to find another realistic twist in the tale! Janson thinks he is winning, when he loses again! Even the doctor Janson is trying to save keeps sneaking away from him, running away whenever he can slip through Janson's clutches. Janson is determined to finish the job, but keeps running into obstacles: militant groups intent on murdering a West African leader for the people of that country, militants intent on creating a civil war, and the people Janson is actually working for that want the doctor back at all cost! Janson's entourage works hard to bring the job to a finish...but will everyone come out of this job unscathed, and intact?
KenCady More than 1 year ago
Duplicitous people predominate in the Janson Command, and the author does a nice ob of masking who they are. Other than that, not much of interest takes place. Janson tries to save a doctor who has been kidnapped, but we are not made to care much about that, even if it takes up the first 100 pages. The there is some African nation with a new oil reserve and competing leaders. We don't care so much about then, either, except that one is exceptionally fat and greedy. He's the bad one. There's a solo sex scene so gratuitous that I glossed over it. The ending may leave some feeling good, feeling that justice was done, but it didn't leave me feeling anything other than relieved to be done with the novel.
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JayJF More than 1 year ago
So far so good
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