Brad Thor’s thriller in the Scot Harvath series, The Lions of Lucerne. The Lions of Lucerne is a spy novel published in and written by American novelist Brad Thor. Contents. 1 Plot; 2 Reviews; 3 References; 4 External links. He’s fearless. He’s tireless. If you get him angry, as does the chief of staff of the vice-president of the United States, he’ll pop you with an uppercut. He’s Secret.
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The action scenes were interesting, but they felt thof every gunfight movie I have ever seen. The story was “okay”, but the book could have been better with more thorough research. I did not feel this way about Scot Harvath. If that isn’t engrossing, I don’t know what is.
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The Lions of Lucerne – Wikipedia
At pages, it’s just OK. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not nrad to believe the above mind you–just hard. I don’t think it necessary to read this book before the others in the series, as they seem to stand on their own pretty well. Some action parts not grad believable – hero had hundreds of rounds fired at him by well trained mercenaries and only hit once. And while the realism was a bit lacking, as is tradition in this genre, this was as close to realism as it seems to get, which I appreciated.
The Lions of Lucerne eBook No sex, but some sexual wisecracks are made amongst the agents. Sloppy writing with an entirely too predictable plot.
It’s always a wonderful feeling when you discover someone new! Well written, adrenalin filled novel featuring agent Scot Harvath with a very good ending. When those demands aren’t immediately met, one of the president’s fingers arrives at the White House.
Very thrilling and page turning read. OK, that’s all fine. Instead of locking him down based on suspicions of being in cahoots with those that kidnapped the president, he manages to escape to Europe after further getting the assaulted by mercenary hit men trying to kill him.
In one scene, Scot stabs a guy with a ski pole and then says “You get my point.
The Lions Of Lucerne (Scot Harvath, book 1) by Brad Thor
All the agents are killed and the president is kidnapped. While the writing isn’t as tight — this is Thor’s first published book — the story was just as compelling, if not more so. In actuality, Scot makes one bad decision after another, trusts people he obviously shouldn’t, and only makes it out alive because someone is always conveniently around luccerne rescue him–and because Brad Thor gives his villains such terrible aim, they make Storm Troopers look like sharpshooters.
Action-packed and continuously moving, our intrepid hero is above average smart and resilient. By this time, Harvath is on his way to Switzerland, where he’s gotten word of a mysterious cell of mercenaries named the Lions of Lucerne. And that’s just for starters. I have also created an array of terrific bonus material for you at my web site BradThor. The Lions have set up a Middle Eastern terrorist lucfrne to throw the investigation off of their trail. I hate doing that.
The Lions Of Lucerne
He doesn’t just have the kidnappers to worry thot, but also men from back home, doing their best to stop him. I wonder if I just wasn’t in the mood for an action thriller like this one, as I normally enjoy them for that sense of all the impossible little things falling into place.
God is a just god, not the head of a “good old boys club”. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Movies with never-ending action sequences bore me I’m having a hard time just giving this book 3 stars. He teams up with the Swiss agent after a mountainside attempted assassination of himself and possibly her, only rhor go right back to the town he was staying in.