Review of His Majesty's Posse

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Post by Somtochukwu O Ezeme »

The book reminds me of a movie similar to the story: agents with new identities, no trace of family or relations, no direct link to the boss, and the responsibility of disappearing enemies with no trace. It's a great read.
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Post by Brienna Cooper »

Great review! I tend to indulge in the spy/thriller genre super often, but if it has compelling and likable characters (along with good development), that’s always a story I can easily be sucked into. Especially, having a main protagonist with a good sense of humor in light of anything that’s going on.
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I am so intrigued and I really want to find out the answers to the numerous questions that I have. Fiona has really gone through a lot. I am looking forward to reading this book. Congratulations to the author on winning book of the day.
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Post by Runan »

Six seems like the type of character we need as a protagonist. His humour is bound to make people laugh. His partner Fiona seems to be fearless as well. Kidnapped and found with multiple injuries to be shot again by her superior is sad. There is more than that meets the eye. One has to read this book to find out the truth. Good review.
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Post by Meghan Soderholm »

This book sounds quite interesting with the backstory of Six, Fiona, and the agents all being tracked and shot by Beyond, a leader in their agency. The story is beyond exciting, eventful, and shocking. I'm waiting with extreme anticipation to see what happens next. Thank you for writing an exemplary review!
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Fiona's strong personality and Six's humorous demeanour are likeable qualities readers will appreciate when delving into the book.
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Post by Kajori Sheryl Paul »

I wonder why Beyond is after Six and Fiona.

Thank you for the great review.
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Post by Mayang Bature »

This sounds like an adventure packed story. The plot sounds interesting as the characters build their stories too. Six sounds like the type of guy one should watch out for in the novel. Congrats on BOTD!!
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"The book asks some thought-provoking questions about the nature of identity, loyalty, and trust. The characters' lack of knowledge about their own identities, and the identity of their boss, raises questions about the importance of personal identity and the meaning of belonging to a group or organisation. The book also raises questions about the ethics of working for a secret organisation and whether the ends justify the means."
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I love spying. This is definitely my read. Congrats on the BOTD and thanks for the review.
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Post by Nemanja Jankovic »

"His Majesty's Posse" by Noah Bond is a story about trained agent and assassin Six. Six works for a mysterious organization that is so secret that, except for one contact, everyone else is unknown to him. The locations of the actions are mainly in England but also in France.
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Post by Deborah Belanger »

Thank you for your intriguing review of "His Majesty’s Posse" by Noah Bond. I don't usually read books on crime and mystery but this one sounds really good where you are always on the edge of your seat. It tells the adventures of Six, a trained agent and assassin who works for a secret organization and of Fiona who gets kidnapped and tortured. I look forward to reading this interesting book to find out how Six gets his job done.
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Post by tarafarah7 »

Today's BOTD is a crime thriller that is very well-written and professionally edited. Readers who enjoy puzzling mysteries combined with well-developed characters, lots of action, and a storyline that keeps you guessing, should definitely give this one a try! Thanks for the awesome review and keep up the great work! :-)
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Post by Gee-Q Mdluli »

This sounds like an action-packed thriller that keeps you on your toes! The mysterious plot and the dynamic between Six and Fiona seem intriguing, especially with the unexpected twists involving kidnapping and betrayal. The way you describe Fiona's resilience and Six's humor adds depth to their characters, making them relatable and engaging.
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I read the sample of the book and I immediately purchased a copy! The book looks very interesting.
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