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Island Inferno (Task Force Valor Series) ❰Epub❯ ➝ Island Inferno (Task Force Valor Series) Author Chuck Holton – Task Force ValorExplosive Ordnance Disposal–The Bomb SuadAs the global war on terror heats up the US deploys a team of highly trained special operators overseas to locate and neutralize threats brin Task Force ValorExplosive Ordnance Disposal–The Bomb SuadAs the global war on terror heats up the US deploys a team of highly trained special operators overseas to locate and neutralize threats bringing EOD expertise to dangerous missions that have no room for errorA DEADLY EXPLOSIVEA new specialty explosive is on the black market ITEB looks like water but when it’s exposed to air the effects are lethal The United States government is frantic to keep it from our shores Staff Sergeant Euripides “Rip” Rubio knows how destructive ITEB can be He has already risked his life to thwart a horrific terrorist plot involving the chemical Now Task Force Valor heads to Panama on the trail of an arms dealer who plans to use ITEB to make a killing–literally AN ADVENTURE ABROADFernanda Lerida is a University of Panama grad student who jumps at the chance to join a biological expedition to a mysterious former prison island But the snakes bugs and crocodiles are soon the least of her worries as the group stumbles upon something they were not meant to see To make matters worse Fernanda soon finds herself alone and being pursued by an unseen foeA RISKY RESCUEWhen Rip’s path collides with Fernanda’s they find themselves caught in the midst of a brutal turf war Can they use the chaos to their advantage or will one false step set the entire island ablaze.

10 thoughts on “Island Inferno (Task Force Valor Series)

  1. Wendy Sparkes Wendy Sparkes says:

    #2 Task Force Valor 35 starsThe ITEB has been tracked to a possible supplier in PanamaCIA Agent Mary Walker and Task Force Valor arrive in Panama to track down its whereaboutsExcept things don't exactly go to planEveryone seems to be on Isla CoibaPirates who have their hideout thereThe Mudman who lurks in the jungle seeking to 'release' people from the islandA biological expedition of grad students led by their professorAnd of course Task Force ValorHow do all these threads tie together?Can they recover the ITEB?Who is the supplier?I did struggle to get into this book to begin with For a start while the format of #1 is kept Gayle Roper isn't on the writing team for this story and I noticed the difference It's not necessarily a bad thing but having just finished #1 and then going into book #2 I noticed the style change immediately and found it difficult to adjust particularly as I had liked the style of #1There are also a lot of characters to keep track of and lots of scene changes in the beginning which I also struggled to get a handle on I really recommend reading this series in order There is a lot of background information in #1 that will help you with this story Also you will have met the team which gives you some familiar faces to ground yourself with I really appreciated that I had got to know them in #1 before reading this oneHaving said that once I got the characters straight in my head and the story threads all started to pull together I got into it and ended up enjoying it I did like the tropical scenery of Panama and in particular Isla Coiba It was a great setting for this storyIn one place there was strong language used In the author's defence though I think this word is uite mild in America However here in the UK it's uite strong so fellow Brits might want to take noteNow moving on to #3 where everything comes together as the series conclude#1 #2 #3

  2. Darrell Darrell says:

    Excellent and suspenseful Holton's first solo fiction book is a win Realistic action results from Holton's firsthand knowledge of Panama and his life in the military This is the second in a thrilling three part series Check them out

  3. Jen Jen says:

    read this over the last few weeks while waiting in the school carpool lane It is an easy read but I was never sucked into the story I found the writing clunky and the plot overly relied on God to connect the pieces Devine guidance is great but wouldn't be the only thing a spec ops team has going for them I also thought there were a lot of locations and characters all of which were not necessary but thrown in to make the book long enough overall I would not recommend this book

  4. Shari Turner Shari Turner says:

    I enjoyed this book I found it interesting after we began to think about going on a cruise that goes to Panama I liked that Rip came to the realization that his cavalier attitude toward dating was how his sister learned to let a man treat her He says This realization was like a kick in the gutI also enjoyed this book because I learned some things about Panama's history

  5. Sharon Sharon says:

    This book is best read in seuence in the series Only some of the back story covered in book one is repeated in this second book I enjoyed the adventure but the storyline didn't flow as smoothly as I would have preferred through multiple switches between the various character point of view plot threads

  6. Hannah Hannah says:

    its really good except for the part where she has a crush on a guy twenty years her seniorshe's in college

  7. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    A wonderful second installment in the Task Force Valor series Can't wait to join the boys again in their next adventure

  8. Jessie Jessie says:

    The story might have been good but the poor writing ruined it for me

  9. Travyce Varnum Travyce Varnum says:

    Fun action packed

  10. Nick Woodall Nick Woodall says:

    Good book on military ops and Panama

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