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Graveyard of Empires: The exciting new Ben Hope thriller from the Sunday Times best selling author (Ben Hope, Book 26)

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While this is beneficial for new storylines, reusing old characters and adding more plotlines to their story builds on them and adds new layers and plotlines to the whole world of the books. I love this series so I am willing to suspend skepticism and believe that it's possible to run into an old friend in the deserts of Afghanistan.

It's not only having a nice team but also how story is raising interest adding layers of new situations on top of existing ones. As always, there is a historical element to these stories and quite a lot of detail to impart, which slows down the action for a while and gives the rescue party a chance to catch their breath. and this time there is going to be a nice team even including old friends presented in previous books.

When Hope is visited by a former SAS superior soon thereafter, he discovers that he is being put back into action, though without the commanding rank. The second half of the book leaves you hanging at the end of each chapter to find out what happens next and this makes the book unputdownable. By completing your purchase, you agree to Audible's Conditions of Use and authorise Audible to charge your designated card or any other card on file.

I felt however that the book slumped a bit in the middle with a rather overlong description of Alexander the Great’s Afghan campaign. While trying to acclimate in-country, Hope and his comrades begin their mission, soon locating Madison and learning of her own mission in the country, which includes trying to save a number of items from Alexander the Great.An ancient lost city founded by Alexander the Great and rediscovered by Madison’s archaeologist father. To access your ebook(s) after purchasing, you can download the free Glose app or read instantly on your browser by logging into Glose. However, with the impulsive evacuation of the American troops, the Taliban has taken over the country and imposed their sharia law, implicating and punishing foreign nationals, especially Americans, who held their ground for many years. It was a welcome change to have a story relying less on the myths, historical content but more so, current events. Wow absolutely lost for words this is the ben hope and adventure we fell in love with from thr first book, I can't help it but imagine Ben hope as being a real person everytime there is a new installment it's like having a friend round for a great catch up.

I hate the majority of the dialogue, the character names set my teeth on edge, the unwritten sexual magnetism of Ben which makes him irresistible to whichever woman he's running around with - just, ugh. I was initially sceptical and worried this may turn into another ‘Star of Africa’ or ‘Devil’s Kingdom’ which I have enjoyed the least in the series. They help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around the site. Next thing he knows, he’s been co-opted by his old SAS colonel and is heading for Afghanistan to rescue a high-level target known only as ‘spartan’.The 26th edition in the former SAS Major Ben Hope series by Scott Mariani is yet another explosive, high-octane thriller and one of the best so far in this series. I absolutely love all the Ben Hope novels, it's always such a pleasure and an entertainment at the same time.

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