Best Read [Ben Bequer Joshua Hoade] ✓ Blackjack Dead or Alive || [Psychology Book] PDF ✓

By Ben Bequer Joshua Hoade | Comments: ( 116 ) | Date: ( Oct 22, 2019 )

Blackjack has managed to save the world and cheat death, but his dark past is always there, waiting for him Now, faced with his most formidable enemy, Blackjack must find a way to stay alive as everyone, hero and villain alike come looking to kill him

  • Title: Blackjack Dead or Alive
  • Author: Ben Bequer Joshua Hoade
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Comments Blackjack Dead or Alive

  • Jack

    At first, I was thinking of writing utterly disappointed with this book, but I felt that wouldn't give justice to the book. It was good and bad. However, what sealed the deal for me, was the guilt that Blackjack felt. It didn't seem to really make sense, he did some bad things, but the whole heroes were just to put it politely, were assholes. His reaction and their reactions don't make sense. He should feel more angry at them and they should feel more sorry for what they did. Furthermore, the au [...]

  • Chris

    Great seriesCan you back off the self-hate/recrimination already? A couple of times it felt like filler to extend the length of the book. A great plot point to help recover would be for him to get a spot on the council. Can you imagine some of the scenes where he rubs it all in there face? Would definitely liven up the meetings I'm sure, kind of a blacklist-esque aspect.

  • Kathy

    Blackjack was damaged badly at the end of the last book in this series and even he needs time to heal from injuries so severe. However, he’s still a wanted villain even after he recovers and his options for life outside jail are slim but whatever happens Blackjack does not want to go back to jail and his enemies are about to widen his options.I have to say I enjoyed this book a lot more than the previous book in this series. Many readers may be somewhat disconcerted by the lack of real action [...]

  • C.T. Phipps

    BLACKJACK is a series I very much enjoy and hope eventually gets on audiobook. It's one of my favorite supervillain series and that's a bigger subgenre of superheroes and fantasy than you'd expect. It's the story of a super-tough, super-smart archer who has the problem of being unable to employ his abilities effectively--also the fact he's internationally hated due to being blamed for the deaths of many heroes (he was only guilty of one).The third book opens with Blackjack in basically the same [...]

  • Samuel Sylvester

    Review to come.

  • David Harriss

    Better that book two, less childish than book oneBlackjack is back, just as arrogant, self centered, and insecure as always.The story is actually pretty good, and has none of the waste of book two. For half of the book, the proofreading is solid (not perfect) and the hyperbole is minimized. Apogee is actually a character rather than the protagonist's mental disorder. The second half is not as tightly focused, nor as well edited. The antagonist motivations are never well explained, even in the ex [...]

  • Billie

    Definitely my favorite of the three books currently available. The characters continue to be the driving force for me in this series. But to be honest, those are my most favorite kind of books and the easiest for me to completely lose myself in. As with previous installments in the series, I did find my eyes glazing over a bit at the extensive techno-babble and the swing-by-swing fight scenes (which were mercifully fewer in number in this book), hence why I can only give it 4/5 stars. And to be [...]

  • Shannon Wolf

    Excellent, just like the last twoI think I like this series, because I like the MC, please come out with book 4 soonest. Additionally, what's with all the crying, please do not tell me all the punishment is turning him into a delicate snowflake. Weak man, weak!

  • Kevin Hjelden

    I liked this book a lot. The writing was much better than the first two although still a little bit of room for improvement.

  • Milan

    Another good novel in the Blackjack series. Love the approach to superheroes/villains. Hope Apogee and Blackjack make it in the long run.Looking forward to the next one.

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