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A breakneck, edge-of-your-seat thriller that moves from a resurgent Russian threat in the Aleutian Islands to North Korean spy ships to secret Sudanese prisons as former marines Logan West and John Quick, now members of an FBI special task force, uncover a global conspiracy that threatens America's position in the current international balance of power.
Logan West and John Quick are sent to Dutch Harbor, Alaska, to investigate the possible presence of a Russian black ops team on a mission to steal United States next-generation technology. The resulting violent confrontation triggers a global search for the stolen technology and threatens to pit the US against China in a looming shadow war and technology race. As Logan and John - joined by the chief of the CIA's Special Operations Group, Cole Matthews - battle their way through Spain and the Mediterranean and ultimately across Sudan, an imminent threat arises at home that FBI deputy director Mike Benson must face and determine if it is part of the deadly global conspiracy.
Oath of Honor is an intense and gripping follow-up to former marine Matthew Betley's "brilliantly conceived" (Clive Cussler) Overwatch and solidifies his place among the greatest contemporary thriller writers.
©2017 Matthew Betley (P)2017 Simon & Schuster Audio
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3 out of 5 stars
By R King on 05-03-17

A light read with good action.

Overall this book is not too bad. There's lots of action and this would be a good beach read/listen. Having said that the book is overly cliche ridden. The main characters are, of course, great at everything and move through the story giving one wise crack after another. In the end, while a thriller, it leaves one happy that, not only has good triumphed over evil, but the book has ended.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Darrell J. Greenwald on 08-23-17

Good story but with ill-timed military banter.

A good action spy thriller with a suspenseful plot that is unfortunately interrupted by ill-timed military banter that that would be more appropriate before or after the critical dramatic moments the humor all too often shows up at.

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5 out of 5 stars
By anthony on 03-24-17

Fantastic listen.

This was a great follow up to the first book in the series. I enjoyed every minute of it, there was action from the start and right up until the end. I hope this is the start of a very long series. The stile reminds me of vince flynn or brad thor and stephen leather. If you like any of these then give this series a try you wont be disappointed.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Tim P. on 08-23-17

I tried, I really tried! just too corny

Would you try another book written by Matthew Betley or narrated by George Newbern?


Has Oath of Honor put you off other books in this genre?


How did the narrator detract from the book?

Didn't especially

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Oath of Honor?

the words Warrior and Evil

Any additional comments?

very corny and below average - reminded me of mass produced Dirk Pitt books

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