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PALADINE By Kenneth Eade PALADINE Robert Garcia was an unremarkable man tapped out of a promising military career to become a death squad assassin for the CIA Retirement was not in the cards for Robert so he disappeared instead Afte

  • Title: PALADINE
  • Author: Kenneth Eade
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  • Page: 322
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  • PALADINE By Kenneth Eade Robert Garcia was an unremarkable man, tapped out of a promising military career to become a death squad assassin for the CIA Retirement was not in the cards for Robert, so he disappeared instead After he comes out of the cold to answer the call to aid a fellow soldier facing a bum rap, he is thrust back into the spotlight when he is in the wrong place at the wrong timeRobert Garcia was an unremarkable man, tapped out of a promising military career to become a death squad assassin for the CIA Retirement was not in the cards for Robert, so he disappeared instead After he comes out of the cold to answer the call to aid a fellow soldier facing a bum rap, he is thrust back into the spotlight when he is in the wrong place at the wrong time and kills a terrorist, thereby saving dozens of lives He finds gainful employment in the slaughter of jihadists, which sparks an urban legend that Robert, a dangerous and unfeeling assassin, is a living paladin, whose mission is to rid the earth of evil for the betterment of mankind Social media gives him the name Paladine and God help whoever gets between him and his next target.
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    1. Whispering Stories on said:

      Robert Garcia knows all about war Born as John Richards jr son of a Lebanese mother and an American military career men, his own career was clear since he was a little boy He made Captain in the US Army, his Arabic looks, and second language, made him a great asset for his country in the fight against terrorism as a member of a band of assassins.After retiring he tried to live a normal life as Robert Garcia, but after testifying in court for a fellow soldier he doesn t feel safe any and fears hi [...]

    2. Nicholas Adams on said:

      Paladine pulls you into the world of an elite ex military assassin by your heels and doesn t set you free until you ve got what s coming to you.Robert Garcia is a ghost Fallen off the radar after a career in the military and as a mercenary, he stumbles onto a new purpose in life after killing a would be jihadist hell bent on ruining everyone s day at McDonald s.The wealthy dying father of a terrorist attack victim establishes a foundation seeking to rid the world of terrorism and recruits Robert [...]

    3. Tulay on said:

      Thought provoking story Whenever men take the law into their own hands, the loser is the law And when the law loses, freedom languishes Robert KennedyThis was at the beginning of this book, while reading, kept asking myself do I agree with this at this time Is Paladine vigilante or hero, saving thousands of innocent people We know this kind of killers are operating outside the USA and we called them heroes Will be thinking about this book for a long time But one thing should be corrected, 72 vir [...]

    4. Kimberley on said:

      Robert Garcia had came out of hiding to help a former military friend stay out of prison Then he went back into hiding He was a ghost and a patriot He knew he had to stay in hiding to stay alive Robert changed his name and moved to a different area Shortly after that he became an assassin for higher Taking out terrorist They named him Paladine

    5. David Dirks on said:

      Good storyThis was a good book for those who like the spy assassin genre It doesn t grab you like a Brad Thor book may grab you I will try the next one in the series just to see if I can bond with the main character , it was good enough for that.

    6. P S on said:

      PALADINE, An American Assassin s Story This is the first time I have read this type of genre but damn it was good, this is going to be one of another series you can get your teeth into

    7. Kerry Dillenburg on said:

      To the bones real This is the first, of many I hope, book from Kenneth Eade I have had the pleasure to read With the exception of some super natural marksmanship I felt the action and emotion was real to life I look forward to enjoying many of his works.

    8. Jolie on said:

      I am an equal opportunity reader That means I will read anything fiction, really don t like nonfiction I can get my hands on I do have some genre s that I read less of and assassin thrillers are in that group My grandfather used to read them all the time when he was alive and then pass them onto me with the words Jolie, dear, I think you will like this book Of course I would read it, actually struggle to read them They were so dry and full of technical terms that I would never understand because [...]

    9. Karen on said:

      This book introduces you to Robert Garcia, ex military, now killing terrorists.With Paladine, Kenneth Eade has created an expertly woven thriller It is a compelling read, you are drawn rather close to Robert often too close for comfort Kenneth Eade carefully elaborates Robert s character and story in a world of terror and revenge Despite his way of living, Robert is quite likeable, of sufficient depth, you learn what you need to know about the other characters depending on their relevance You mi [...]

    10. Emma Weiss on said:

      Not quite thereParts of this book are well written, other parts are not All of it is badly edited There are several instances of confused homonyms and near homonyms, at least one instance in which two or three commas were omitted, and quite a bit of poorly chosen syntax On the other hand, there are a number of passages written very nicely with very creative language Seems a bit of a patchwork and didn t read all that well.

    11. Will Decker on said:

      A nice action thriller that takes you to familiar areas within our own borders I especially liked the detail given to the assassin s props, such as his motorcycles and weapons If there was anything that bothered me at all, it would have to be the switching of names in the dialogue It would be easier to keep track of the characters if only their first or last names were used consistently throughout the story Except for Butthead Everyone loves Butthead with his floppy ears Characters were well dev [...]

    12. Kathi Defranc on said:

      This is a great story of a former military man taking killing terrorists into his own hands Vigilantism is not good for most,but you have to feel good about watching our hero help rid our country of terrorists Of course he is sought by the military and other lawmen,as it is against the law to become judge and jury in this country The story is gripping with great characters,everything seems to come to life as we continue to turn the pages I am definitely going to continue with the next book in th [...]

    13. Peter Fischer on said:

      Awesome ReadRight from the first page, till the last page, I was engulfed in this book, I found it extremely hard to put down.I am normally a slow reader, but I was so engrossed in the book, I read it in 3 sittings.Action aplenty, a great main character, and a little bit of humour with the lost dog.The story is centered around events that are currently happening around the world today, which makes the reading even interesting.I cannot wait for the next venture of Robert Garcia as Paladine.

    14. 10914 Reviews (Britny) on said:

      Paladine was right on the money I really enjoyed reading this book, and I feel that I ve learned something new about how our government handles terrorism I can t say that I condone, or don t condone, Robert s actions however, this book made for good entertainment and had me rooting for the good guys It s evident that a lot of research went into writing this book, and I appreciate the author s efforts in putting together a well developed plot, with accurate facts, and memorable characters Go get [...]

    15. dennis barron on said:

      Paladine Kenneth EadeRobert Garcia, Paladine Ex special forces He s invisible An assassin He only kills terrorists The Fed s are after him The only thing he cares about, or shows any emotion towards is a dog, who loves him unconditionally This is a fast paced action thriller I can t wait to read the next one in the series A fantastic read I enjoyed immensely

    16. Janice Spina on said:

      A suspenseful thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat Robert Garcia is no ordinary man He is an assassin who comes out of hiding to aid a friend in need Plenty of action, adventure, spies, jihadists, murder, mayhem that will having you holding your breath An enjoyable but violent read.

    17. Dan Dobler on said:

      Fun and unnervingI enjoyed reading this even if it was an easy read However, I also read a bit of the research that the author did in prep for the book That was almost scarier than the book itself Well done.

    18. Sheri J. Ekelmann on said:

      Sucked in fastThe moment you open this book you are in trouble It will keep you reading Robert is the person you want to win The story is well thought out and because it deals with current and past events makes the storyline believable

    19. Jen on said:

      I didn t really like the writing and the plot felt forced and too fast in a lot of parts A lot of time spent on the buildup but then the action was over in one page.

    20. Rachel Laskowski on said:

      This book was great I love how the end of the book showed what happened to each person mentioned in the book I can t wait to read the second book in the series.

    21. raymondyoung on said:

      Fast paced, interestingA quick enjoyable read I liked the regional color and fighting scenes that weren t prosaic or one dimensional I ll read the sequel

    22. Connie Becerra on said:

      This is a good read Loved how one man can get to so many terrorist and ruin their day I wouldn t care if that happened in real life either.

    23. Patricia Netsch on said:

      Great readI enjoyed this thriller Will be reading of the thrillers written by Kenneth Eade He keeps you in suspense.

    24. Kathryn Ottele on said:

      Awesome I enjoyed this tremendously I know the fight of terrorism is hard but reading this gave me hope that maybe, just maybe, we can do something about it.

    25. Glenda Bixler on said:

      New Series quite thought provokingbixlerreviews bookreadershea

    26. John Mellor on said:

      Wow an amazing storyI thought was reading a Lee Childs or John Grisham book Move over Jack Reacher you finely have a rival.

    27. patty joplin on said:

      Retired Military, special skills, need a job.Normally I don t read military type books, but this was caught my eye and it was too good to put down.

    28. Henk-Jan van der Klis on said:

      The discovery of actual ISIS and related terrorist cells, training facilities throughout the United States of America inspired Kenneth Eade to write than just another assassination thriller He uses the legendary Paladine deity from the Dragonlance fantasy series as name bearer for his latest work of fiction Meet Robert Garcia, a man with many names His aliases and above the law status as a self employed assassin, are the perfect cover to pop up and eliminate Islamic terrorists prior to their pl [...]

    29. Jerry Walch on said:

      This was my first experience reading anything written by Kenneth Eale and it has left me wanting to read of his work Paladine has everything a thriller needs to make it a first class read It s non stop action from the first page to the last I started reading this book New Years Day morning and didn t put it down until I had read the very last word I simply couldn t tear myself away from the story and the characters The simple truth is that the hero kind of reminds me of Mack Bolan who took on t [...]

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