Stormi's Review - Three Stars: Chaos Company by Christopher Slayton
Author Provided Copy
Released: March 8, 2015
Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy
Length: 329 pages
*Available on Kindle Unlimited
The highly effective team of genetically enhanced soldiers code-named Chaos Company has returned to the United States to be commended for their bravery. While on leave the team finds themselves at odds with the highly dangerous mercenary Liam King, who has been contracted to assassinate President Jennifer Grey. Chaos Company thwarts Liam’s attack, but at the cost of their team leader's life.
With their leader killed the team looks to Corporal Desmond Striker to guide them in a hunt for Liam. During their hunt the team will find themselves in the cross-hairs of a private military company and have their abilities pushed to their limits. Before Chaos Company finally comes to blows with Liam they will discover that their greatest threat is a leader within their own country.
Review by Stormi
I received a copy for free from the author, for an honest review.
The first thing I noticed about this book was the grammar and spelling. I found a lot of mistakes throughout the book. Honestly, that was the main reason I gave a 3 star rating.
As for the story itself, I was impressed. It was very good. It was very action packed from the very beginning, which is good for the readers. It had a lot of interesting components to it and I have to say some of the technology they use does sound very interesting. It makes you really think about our government and what kinds of things they really keep hidden from the public eye.
It had a great group of characters and the members of Chaos Company seemed so real. Many books you read and see that the characters seem like just that, fake characters. I like to read books that present the characters in a real light. This book did that. Some you love and some you just hate.
If you can get past all the grammatical issues, the story is good and one that I would recommend. So I want to say thank you for allowing me to read and review this book
I learned that since my review an Edited version of this book is now live on Amazon.