I knew what this book was going to be about before I even started to read it. If you’ve followed the series, this was the only logical thing that Wayson Harris should have done given the circumstances. Only he should have done it a lot smarter and faster.
I felt that Harris kind of stood around too much in this book. He’s usually quick to fight and stops trouble in it’s tracks. He let too much slide for the sake of political maneuvering and waiting for other people to make thing happen.
Still, it was a very good read. I just wish he had killed a few people early on. And he wouldn’t have had as much trouble. Some times Harris is really stupid.