Download ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ã Jeff BondAnarchy of the Mice is the first book in a new series about a small team of altruistic mercenaries who call themselves Third Chance Enterprises I d The Geology And Landscape Of Santa Barbara County, California, And Its Offshore Islands read and enjoyed Blackuest 40 a techno thriller and The Pinebox Vendetta a political drama and struck up an email correspondence with the author who d told me this and the next one were up on NetGalley I m pretty sure I wouldn t haveeuested them otherwise based on the Pulp Fiction covers and strange titles but I like his storytelling and ability to write in multiple different genres This ended up being a ollicking action
"Adventure That Was Good Fun "that was good fun doesn t take itself too seriouslyMolly McGill is a single mother of two struggling to pay her bills so when charismatic former politician uaid Rafferty and his tough guy associate Durwood Jones show up to offer her another contract she puts aside her misgivings to join their mission Infiltrating a group of anarchist hackers with a social agenda called the Blind Mice led by the deranged Josiah Molly is initially attracted to their ideals of punishing large exploitative corporations but as their campaign escalates into violence and chaos spreads around the world only the Third Chancers can stop the MiceThis is told from various character POVs but only Molly s is first person She makes a great heroine trying her best not always getting it ight but willing to put herself out for the cause uaid and Durwood eminded me of Elvis Cole Joe Pike one of my favourite crime fighting duos although uaid s womanising and manipulations mean the jury s still out for me about him Ex soldier Durwood is a straightforward hero with his loyal elderly dog Sue Ann I went off them when it s evealed she has a history of killing cats which he condones but she s smart and heroic and saves the day than once so I forgave herIt s uite a long book over eight hours on my Kindle but keeps up a good pace with lots of action so this was not a problem the plot became was not a problem The plot became preposterous and James Bond y the it went on no spoilers but there are piranhas black holes and killer plants not to mention apparently unkillable villains and some of the characters motivations made no sense to me but I enjoyed the ide and will be eading the next book soon There is an associated website with various short stories including an audiobook and some character graphics at which is also worth a lookThanks to NetGalley and Jeff Bond for the ARC which allowed me to give an honest うそつきリリィ 3 [Usotsuki Lily 3] review Anarchy of the Mice is published on June 15th This was a longead It certainly felt longer than 517 pages At one point I th. Bond’s three main characters leap off the page hurtling from one life threatening challenge to the next a gripping thriller sure to please its target audience and likely to have crossover appeal as well BlueInk Reviews starredFrom Jeff Bond author of Blackuest 40 and The Pinebox Vendetta comes Anarchy of the Mice book one in an epic new series starring uaid Rafferty Durwood Oak Jones and Molly McGill the trio of freelance operatives known collectively as Third Chance EnterprisesHow far could society fall without. ,
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"This Story Just Didn T "story just didn t to go together or add up Parts of it jumped around 6 months later 10 months later etc Just too much Lots of crazy overlooked details too like a smart group of folks the mice who are fooled by Molly s dumb antics Just not believable Add to that Piper What you need to know about me I arely ead novels that go past 400 pages No that s not set in stone but as a general A Bold Carnivore: An Alphabet of Predators rule based oneading a lot of books authors who pass 400 pages begin Goodbye Sarajevo: A True Story of Courage, Love and Survival repeating themselves When that happens my mind slips back into editor mode from when I worked at a newspaper and I start checking grammar and sentence structure and for things that could have been excised without damaging the story itself But enough about me youe Lifting reading this for theeviewPROS The pulp style cover is fantastic The story itself has a blockbuster actionadventure vibe that makes Mathruhridayam reading the book a joy as pages insist on being turned and the momentum builds to a powerful climax The book may have than 400 pages 512 paperback 462 Kindle and took me about six hours toead but it felt like a three hour movie What was harder for me was finding the time to ead the bookReaders meet Molly McGill uaid Rafferty and Durwood Oak Jones during the course of the novel and they are the stars of the story but it is two supporting characers that I kept ooting for most Piper Jackson and Durwood s bluetick coonhound Sue Ann WC Fields said Never work with children or animals and author Jeff Bond supports that theory as Sue Ann
Steals Most Of The Scenesmost of the scenes is inCONS While it doesn t eally affect the story per se the bits about uaid and Rafferty supporting Progressive causes was a little weird as they come off as being conservative than the Progressives of today who tend to favor of a one size fits all solution for the world s problems both eal of today who tend to favor of a one size fits all solution for the world s problems both eal perceived and favor special ights over individual The House That Had Enough rightsRATING 5 stars Highlyecommended for the The Devil's Snake Curve: A Fan's Notes From Left Field reader who also enjoys movies with lots of action intrigue and explosionsIeceived a copy from the author through NetGalley I also bought a copy All opinions are my own Jeff Bond s ANARCHY OF THE MICE is one of those novels you feel you can t put down because there s always something waiting in the next sentence paragraph or chapter and you can t wait to find out what that is In this first of the THIRD CHANCE ENTERPRISES SERIES The March Up: Taking Baghdad with the 1st Marine Division readers are introduce to the two unlikely partners of Third Chance Enterprises uaid Rafferty the smooth talking former Governor of Massachusetts and Dur. Data Account balances property lines government IDecords if it all vanished if everyone’s scorecard eset to zero how might the world look What savagery would take holdThe Blind Mice are going to show us Molly McGill is fighting it Her teenage son has come downstairs in a T shirt from these “hacktivists” dominating the news Her daughter’s bus is canceled too many stoplights out and school is in the opposite direction of the temp job she’s supposed to be starting this morning She is twice divorced.
"the Blind Mice however almost immediately she finds this job is dangerous than she had imagined The charismatic leader of "Blind Mice however almost immediately she finds this job is dangerous than she had imagined The charismatic leader of group Josiah is proving to be unstable yet Molly is conflicted as she listens to his proclamations and finds herself drawn to his message purporting a fair system in which there isn t the vast discrepancy between ich and poor But things take a frightening turn one night convincing the group that they must apprehend Josiah as soon as they can lay eyes on him As they bide their time waiting for Josiah s appearance the master hacker of The Blind Mice Piper Jackson with help from another faction causes a total disruption in computer systems wiping out all data and sending the country into lawless anarchy This one is a page turner Starting a Bond book is like getting a grab bag wondering what s inside This novel is a venture into the unknown I felt like it had a cast of thousands It went from tunnels to helicopters and from New Jersey to Paris There were explosions than I could count There was technology galore from 3D images to software erasing everything about a business including its money to weaponized vegetation The characters managed to get out of impossible situations than I thought could be included in a novel Bond certainly does have an imaginationThere are some aspects of the novel that caused me to like it less than I might have I did not the characters engaging nor well developed The plot centered on tons of action And Much Less On much less characters catching my interest They just were not likable And then the changes in point of view Some chapters are first person from Molly s viewpoint Other chapters featuring uaid and Durwood were from the universal viewpoint Except the odd chapters 69 universal 70 first person Molly then 71 universal but with Molly in it Just a bit too strange for meThis is a good book for Black Gold in North Dakota readers who like a long book with lots of action many impossible situations lots of technology a multitude of characters and settings and not much of a character arcIeceived a complimentary digital copy of this book through Partners in Crime Virtual Book Tours My comments are an independent and honest eview. ; her PI business McGill Investigators is on the ocks; what kind of life is this for a woman a mere twelve credit hours shy of her PhDThen the doorbell Nestle Toll House Recipe Collection ringsIt’s uaid Rafferty the charming but disgraced former governor of Massachusetts and his plainspoken partner Durwood Oak Jones The guys have an assignment for Molly It soundsisky but the pay sure beats switchboard workThey need her to infiltrate the Blind MiceDanger omance intrigue action for miles whatever you ead Anarchy of the Mice is coming for you.