Beyond Judgment (Brainrush, #3)
Richard Bard

With Publishers Weekly heralding the first book in his Brainrush thriller series as “terrifically entertaining” and “inventive and compelling,” and the sequel consistently near the top of the Amazon “Top Rated” list since its December 2011 release, Richard Bard now unleashes Beyond Judgment, which sees hero Jake Bronson at the mercy of his hidden past.

Suffering from coma-induced amnesia, Jake Bronson’s quiet existence in Italy is shattered by the arrival of a kill team doing the bidding of an ancient order. But while the assassins hunt Jake down, they unwittingly awaken fragments of his dormant memories and deadly skills. Now, with enemies stalking his every step, Jake is on a race to piece together his broken past and reconnect with lost allies and loved ones, risking everything to reawaken his true self and stop an ancient order from unleashing humanity’s ultimate judgment.

Beyond Judgment (Brainrush, #3) book cover

A brilliant way to end the series, the amnesia thing worked well as an opening and the second chapter was very intense, setting the scene for the gripping action scenes that were to follow. I’ve really enjoyed the series and, even though it ends on a pro-religious note found myself cheering for Humanity all the way.

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