Free Fall - Brad Thor by  Brad Thor PDF Download

Free Fall

By Brad Thor

  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers, Books, Fiction & Literature
  • File Size: 5.07 MB

Description

The prelude to Hidden Order, Brad Thor's riveting and pulse-pounding Scot Harvath thriller.

Experience the suspense and thrills only Brad Thor can write in Free Fall, the shocking prelude to Hidden Order.

Review

  • Well Written

    By Mad Mic Marvin
    Thank you for being honest about the times we live in while telling a good story.
  • Designed to hook you

    By Mongrel2014
    And it does. This is my first by this author and being a retired military member I love the story. Special ops. Are awesome. Thank God for them. This book puts you right on the team with them.
  • Free fall

    By nadapernada
    Book was a mishmash of promos previews and ads for other books. Total waste of time and money.
  • Free Fall

    By mmmediteranean
    This is not a book; it is an advertisement that will lock up your computer and not allow itself to be deleted.
  • Awesome

    By Rickey Nielsen
    Great story, wish it was longer, but Awesome either way!
  • Jump

    By Rue1955
    Up to this point in the story , I can tell I going to enjoy it Immensly!!
  • Just a sample!

    By Byrdlander
    This is just one short chapter! Riveting and well written, but just stops.
  • intro only

    By five.fosters
    its only a 20 pg intro.
  • Gritty, violent, brutal

    By SimplyGina
    The narrative in this book is NOT for anyone faint of heart nor the squeamish. This is another story featuring the character of (counter-terrorist op) Scot Harvath. Being aware of the usual theme found in Mr. Thor's novels, this story mostly met my expectations. I was hoping that it would be a complete (mini) story in itself with, perhaps, the events in this story having repercussions to events that happen later in "Hidden Order". That might still be the case but this prequel is incomplete; it ends with a cliffhanger. If reviewers were allowed to rate in half-star increments, I'd rate it a 3.5 (or a 7 in a 1-10 scale).