Book review: The Autumn War – Ani Fox

Check out Adrian Shotbolt’s review of THE AUTUMN WAR by Ani Fox.

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‘The Autumn War’ by Ani Fox is a little bit like James Bond meets Jonathan Maberry’s Joe Ledger. It’s high-octane stuff with a protagonist that is quick-witted but even quicker on the trigger. The body count is high and head shots are a regular occurrence.

There is a lot to like about this debut novel from Ani Fox. The pacing is frantic, there are some cool characters and a lot of ideas at play. There are factions within factions, these covert syndicates are playing a game of chess with each other and they care little about who gets hurt. Our protagonist is called Spetz. Spetz is on a mission, looking for answers after the death of his family his journey takes him far and wide, pitting him against a host of bad guys including crazy scientists, genetically engineered super-humans and more.

Like I said earlier, fans of Jonathan Maberry’s Joe Ledger…

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