“The Hard Road” Review

Recently I finished reading a book called the Hard Road.The Hard Road is by J.B Turner and is 332 pages long. The books main character is Jon Reznick and he is a black ops specialist. He is an off the record specialist or “ghost” he works for the government but doesn’t really know who he is taking his orders from. Jon has a daughter and  is a widower as his wife died in 9/11. Jon was sent by his mysterious employer to kill a very important man wanted by the FBI, but when Jon is about to fulfill his duties he stops and feels that something is not right with what he is doing and is now running and with the man he was sent to kill. Not only is this man wanted by the FBI he is also wanted by terrorist group that wants to destroy the United States.As the story progresses Jon’s daughter becomes collateral in this fight and he most do everything to to get her back and try to protect his country.

“Suck it up. Enjoy the misery. It will not beat you. Nothing will ever beat you. Ever.”
― J.B. Turner, Hard Road

As Readers can tell from the description above this book has lots of action and is very exciting. I really enjoyed The writing style in this book it is very descriptive and is easy for readers to comprehend. The book is definitely a page turner and keeps you on your toes. J.B Turner wrote this book very well and has many other sub titles that are just as good as this book. I would Highly suggest for people to give this book a try. The only thing i would change about this book is that is very similar to every other action filled book or move. The book has the same kind of characters, plot and ending as most of the  action books out there and is easy for the reader to guess whats going to happen next in the book.





2 thoughts on ““The Hard Road” Review”

  1. I am not a big reader, but the story sounded exciting. Bummer that it is predictable though. As long as it captures you and sucks you in that is good like you said “It is a page turner.”


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