I enjoyed this. It was a quick read, the plot flies along at a breakneck pace. As is standard in this sort of novel, a bit amount of suspension of disbelief is required, as a number of unlikely things happen. I don't think this book is exceptional, and there's nothing really new in here, but Kennedy tells a good story and nothing really threw me out of my enjoyment of the tale but being really too implausible. As adventure novels go, this is definitely above average.