Book Review of “Black Ops” By W.E.B. Griffin

Black Ops

By W.E.B. Griffin


Though beginning with a slow start, this last part of the Presidential Agent series picks up its pace and thrill midway engaging in a fascinating plot till the very end.

But I could see more of low points in the story. There’s too much unnecessary detailing; strong opinions of Russian history that seem somewhat unimpressive; a bit of mindless love interest / sex that doesn’t lead anywhere; high action-packed-drama missing; and most importantly the interesting climax seemed to end too soon!

No doubt the book is well written and characters well etched, but it failed to satisfy me as a reader.

The only ray of hope or anticipation is what’s gonna come of Castillo’s future in the secret operations arena.


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