This book starts off with the handling of the shock at the ending of the last book. I'm not going into it as its nice to keep the surprise that way. Anyhow, the story starts off everyone dealing with the shock from the last book. It actually makes all the people feel like humans instead of unfeeling soldiers which was fantastic.
Anyway, as Cal is trying to find his way, there's another threat to the US. It was an interesting and well thought out plot. The bad guy that stars in this one is one sick guy let me tell you. However as Cal starts to come back to himself the group figures things out and saves the day. Oh and Liberty joins the group - who just doesn't love a puppy? I can see her being a huge asset too.
Hope the stories keep coming, and my only complaint is I'm not getting much of anything else done except reading he books I haven't had a chance to read...
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The Zimmer Doctrine (Corps Justice Book 11) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B019HQ4QV6
- Publisher : JBD Entertainment, LLC (16 December 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 3382 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 236 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 29,083 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Reviewed in Australia on 6 August 2020
Reviewed in Australia on 26 January 2016
Engrossing couldn't put it down but didn't want it to end. Thought I would not like it without Trav (from previous Justice Corps books) but it just seemed to flow on naturally.
Thoroughly enjoyed it.
Thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Too much biographical descriptionReviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 December 2017
Starts off with Cal trying to come to terms with the death of cousin Travis, shutting himself away from everyone. After several months a letter comes into his possesion which changes things. In the meantime an Israeli inventor is kidnapped, which leads the team on a hunt to find his whereabouts. This leads to the Carribean, a hurricane and ....... well, I’ll leave the rest for you to find out. But back to my headline. There are literally pages and pages of narrative about the history and background of several characters. Whilst very inventive writing, most of it has very little in the way of advancing the story, and could be dispensed with quite easil without loss to the story. It almost seems as if the author is just filling up the word count (as do many, many authors unfortunately), which is a shame as previous books in the series were much tighter stories.
another good readReviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 February 2020
continuing on the saga of Cal and friends in another great tale. Could not put down!
The best.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 September 2016
This is a series of books that should have at least 150 in it so when you have read them all you can start over because you have forgotten the first ones. Never less than 5 Stars.
The Zimmer DoctrineReviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 February 2017
Couldn't put this down another fantastic read I'm sure I'll be re-reading this series again I have recommended these to my friends.
ExplosiveReviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 December 2015
Flash bang fabulous. Cannot put it down until finished. Great story, emotions and protagonists. Would make an exciting movie series.