Gray Resurrection (Tom Gray, #2)
Alan McDermott

A year after suffering horrific injuries, ex-soldier Sam Grant is trying to come to terms with his new life in the Philippines when tragedy strikes. The death of his girlfriend’s brother takes him to the southern islands where he becomes a target for local terrorists, and the one man he can turn to is the last person he should trust. Old friends are called in to help but the rescue mission soon becomes their own battle for survival.

Before buying this book, please note that Gray Resurrection is the second in the Tom Gray series of action thrillers and follows on from the highly-rated Gray Justice. If you haven’t read Gray Justice, please get a copy before purchasing this sequel as it will maximise the reading experience. If you decide to dive straight into the sequel, don’t say you weren’t warned!

Gray Resurrection (Tom Gray, #2) book cover

Though action packed and certainly fun, I didn’t quite enjoy this as much as the opener. I didn’t have Gray down as the sort to fall in with both feet with any woman that happens to appear, although in fairness it is handled a little more sensitively than my bald statement implies. One also has to remember that we’ve moved on almost a year since Justice and Gray is a man of intense and deadly action, so I suppose a woman or two in the mix shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise.

The one thing I did like about the continuation was the fact that our bad guys remained consistent too. Mansour remains prominent and between his boss and Farrar hounding Gray, I think we’re all set for a massterful, pump-action climax at the end of this superb series.

Published by Sean Randall

I am an avid reader, technologist and disability advocate living in the middle of England with my wife, daughter and pets.

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