Another great thriller from Andy McNab, this one dealing with the Congo and child soldiers. Its brutal, doesn’t pull any punches and is simply unputdownable. Every ‘contact’ reads as if its been reported after the fact of a real firefight. Characters react as you would expect them to, and the plot flows naturally without it feeling contrived or forced.
A graphic novel about the horrors of child soldiers that keeps the reader hoping for the best but preparing for the worst. A brilliant book as usual.