You Think This Is A Game?

You Think This Is A Game?

by Bernard Maestas

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You Think This Is A Game? by Bernard Maestas

It's all-out corporate warfare when two titans of the energy industry square off over newly struck oil in a southern Somalian province. Boardroom battles rage in the west while, on the ground, two massive armies of hired guns fight to a stalemate that could boil over at any moment.

Tech specialist Ted Reagan and his commando-trained partner, Alex, are hired, under the banner of their new company, Reagan Kirwan International, to turn the tables. Their seemingly simple mission takes a deadly and dangerous turn as they learn they are not the only trump cards in the game and they may be on the wrong side.

Facing the most dangerous of adversaries, constant peril, and treacherous corporate politics, they must stand together if they want to survive ‒ and, of course, collect their pay checks. Because war is a two-player co-op and all they have is each other.

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BN ID: 2940152402612
Publisher: Rebel ePublishers
Publication date: 12/02/2015
Series: Internet Tough Guys , #3
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

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You Think This Is A Game? 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
eternalised More than 1 year ago
In You Think This is a Game? Ted and Alex are at it again. In this sequel to Godwin’s Law, which I previously reviewed, they have to tip the scales when two titans of oil energy collide over the rights of oil in a Somalian province. But when the two of them figure out they might be on the wrong side, and they find themselves in terrible danger, they have to rely on each other more than ever if they want to make it out of this mission alive, and in time to collect their paychecks. This is another fast-paced thriller by an author whose writing skills I’ve come to admire. Despite dealing with complicated situations and complex plots, it remains an easy to follow read and one that easily pulls the reader in, and entices them to keep reading until the end. I found I liked Ted the most here. He’s more complicated than Alex, and I liked how he always relies on his brains and wits to save the day. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.