Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Winters Fury by C.E. Martin [Review]

 Winters Fury by C.E. Martin
Winters Fury (Stone Soldiers #12) by C.E. Martin
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author
Date read: August 27, 2017

Stone Soldiers
0.1. Stone Soldier
0.2. Stone Soldiers: Catching Fire
0.3. Stone Soldiers: City of Bones
0.4. Stone Soldiers: Sea of Monsters
1. Mythical
2. Brothers in Stone
3. Blood and Stone
4. Shades of War
5. Black Knight Down
6. Armageddon Z
7. Seven Deadly Sons
8. Terrorcota
9. Pale Horseman
10. A Lucky Day To Die
11. One Dark Step
12. Winters FuryKindle

C.E. Martin
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Josie Winters has awakened from a strange nightmare only to find herself thrust into a life she does not remember, married to a man she knew only as a friend, living in Miami, Florida, with no memory of how she got there, or the past four years of her life. Assured her amnesia will only be temporary, Josie reluctantly settles into an idyllic routine that just doesn't seem familiar. Plagued by terrible dreams she cannot remember upon awakening, Josie begins to question her sanity and her surroundings. Is this really her life or someone else's?

When a mysterious woman reveals it is all an elaborate lie, Josie has to find out who she really is and why her memories have been erased. But is she ready to learn the dark secrets of her past, or should the truth remain forgotten?
Thoughts on Winters Fury: It's been a while since I spent some quality time with Detachment 1039. It's been a while for Josie, too. Secrets are running rampant, Josie's memory is a wasteland, and she has no idea who to trust when she finally starts regaining her senses.

In other words, it's just as frenetic and insane as always for the super soldiers and those they work with.

We're given memory gaps, mysterious mentors, a whole lot of fire power, and flashbacks to what brought us to this point. For the record, the events that lead to Josie waking up with no memory of the past few years are pretty insane. Fighting bad guys is one thing, fighting against those you've come to consider both friends and family takes it to a whole other level.

But, as we've come to expect, Kenslir is more than able to take on any threat. He's the man with a plan and that plan might lean toward the extreme, but it gets things done.

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