Search This Blog

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Albatross: Birds of Flight


Albatross:  Birds of Flight by J.M. Erickson

Numerous characters and so much action in the beginning, was not sure who the main character was at first.  Once you keep reading, you’ll be intrigued with Alex Burns, an extremely qualified special agent who had the misfortune of being in an accident.

While those is power wanted to make sure he kept things to himself, others wanted to help him.  He was scheduled to meet with Dr. Caulfield, but Alex’s previous caretaker wanted the doctor to see the real story before he saw his new patient.

The action continues as everyone associated with helping Alex is in danger.  But Alex is extremely intelligent and wanted to let those in charge of his final assignment know he knew the truth and wanted them to repent for their actions.

With the help of Dr. Caulfield, and a few choice others, Alex devises a major plot to his former associates.  But does he end up successful?

Loaded with action and thrills, it will keep you turning pages.  Quite the cast of characters to keep it interesting.  Well written plot, but the transfer to the Kindle version seemed to have a few typos and/or missing words.  All in all, a very good read.