Sabotage: Beginnings (Savage Souls)

WARNING This novel contains spoilers It is suggested that you read the Savage Souls before Sabotage What drives the hearts of men to do heroic feats, while others do horribly unspeakable acts When the lines between black and white are no longer easily defined, that s where the true heart of a man is tested CIA Operative Justice Boudreaux has served his country behindWARNING This novel contains spoilers It is suggested that you read the Savage Souls before Sabotage What drives the hearts of men to do heroic feats, while others do horribly unspeakable acts When the lines between black and white are no longer easily defined, that s where the true heart of a man is tested CIA Operative Justice Boudreaux has served his country behind enemy lines, only to discover that the real enemy is the Agency who sent him there While his mission is to save, another secret agent is programed to destroy Ben Ford is a murdering machine with only one thing in his heart to kill for his country When the two warriors collide, there are no nations safe from their ability to complete their missions But there s a fine line between good and evil, and the only way to win is to sabotage the other May the best man win.
Sabotage Beginnings Savage Souls WARNING This novel contains spoilers It is suggested that you read the Savage Souls before Sabotage What drives the hearts of men to do heroic feats while others do horribly unspeakable acts When the

  • Title: Sabotage: Beginnings (Savage Souls)
  • Author: LS Silverii
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. I was also lucky enough to receive an ARC copy of this book. It took me a couple of chapters to get into the book – I found it a little dry setting the scene of Justice and Batya in the desert, but after chapter 3 it seemed to flow and move a lot quicker.I HATED Justice in the Savage Souls series. In fact I don’t think in all my reading I have hated a character as much. Could not stand him or what he did in the book and how he treated people. I just found him hatefulen I read Sabotage: Begin [...]

    2. I was very lucky to receive an ARC of Sabotage. Firstly, let me just say that in my humble opinion - the book was epic! I have been chomping at the bit to read about how Justice became the man he is and LS Silverii certainly didn't dissapoint.The story starts with our hero (Justice Boudreaux) and heroine (Israeli Mossad covert operative and serious badass Batya Cohen) on a government mission out on the outskirts of Pakistan - the mission: to retrieve Ben Ford (aka Grayman). The author descriptio [...]

    3. I was lucky to have received an ARC of this read. I read the Savage Souls series and loathed Justice. Just reading about him and his characteristic traits enraged me. Then I read Sabotage: Beginnings and my heart softened. To know this man was tortured as a child by the one man who should have shown him and taught him love and compassion. Then to see what a government he trusted and loved did to him after serving his country so selflessly and bravely was heart breaking and while it doesn't cause [...]

    4. I received this ARC in return for an honest review.This is yet another revealing character study by Silverii. A lot of what happens next, has become crystal clear thanks to this novel. Don't get me wrong, I still have a few nagging questions that have gone unanswered, but I can honestly say that some events and choices make a lot more sense now. The dark reality of what goes on behind the scenes of our safety and the lengths some are willing to go to for that safety, is yet again portrayed throu [...]

    5. I received this book in exchange of an honest review. I have to say the characters in this book were amazing. The strength that Batya shows even in the hardest times is amazing. Justice is as bad ass as they come. He has strength, discipline and wisdom. He has a softspot for Batya though. The way these 2 grow through the story was a work of art. Now this is not your average military romance there is some very graphic and disturbing scenes, but they add to the story. Ben well his just downright c [...]

    6. Gritty and dynamic. To switch from the military/rebellious view of Justice to the psychotic serial killer Ben throughout the book definitely kept me on the edge of my seat. Lots of details, to which I was grateful for since I'm not used to this genre.

    7. It all begins with Broken so if you have not read the first 5 savage souls books then I highly recommend you read them first.I was gifted and ARC copy of this book.SabotageA Totally mind blowing read.We finally get to read Justice's early years story from his CIA days but is this Justice's story or is it Bens and seriously why am I feeling sorry for that sick son of a bitch LolThe first conversation between Ben and his Mother is sick, twisted and hilarious.To read Justices wrath regarding the lo [...]

    8. Sabotage By Scott Silverii Review By Wendy S Hodges5* rating started reading 9/3/16 finished 10/3/16This was an Early Copy Given By the Author for An Honest Review.Having read the 5 Savage Souls MC Books first it was nice to go back and find out how Justice and Ben changed and became the men they are in the series. This is interesting, well researched as far as customs, dress style, language and behaviour as well as the locations. There is some hardcore violence and rape scenes and canibilism, t [...]

    9. I was giving a copy of this book for a honest review, I'd brought and read the whole of this series and was thrilled to see Scott had written a book giving us the story from the beginning, like the other books this was not my normal choice of reads but once I'd got through the first few chapters I couldn't put the book down. In this book we find out how it all began with justice and the Grayman,(Ben) do I like them any better, I suppose a little I do, justice was shown to be a loving caring husb [...]

    10. Overall the story was very good. There are some brutal descriptions of killings and torture. Chief Silverii has an interesting way with words to describe violence. He also knows how to end a chapter on the cliffhanger, causing the reader to want to read just a few more pages to find out what happens next.This book was not my normal reading. I tend to go for standard mystery and police procedural type thrillers. However, I am glad to have read this. Anyone reading this would likely also find Sabo [...]

    11. Loved the Sabotage Series loved how this book let you know the history of the characters and the twisted minds of some characters and how there is always some love and compassion in everything and in everyone. Looking forward to the next book

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