All Good Men Serve the Devil

All Good Men Serve the Devil Agent Frank Allen is assigned his toughest investigation yet the murder of a powerful Earth politician Was it a political assassination or was it personal To find out he ll have to track down the ki

  • Title: All Good Men Serve the Devil
  • Author: Michael K. Rose
  • ISBN: B006ZOK2M6
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Agent Frank Allen is assigned his toughest investigation yet, the murder of a powerful Earth politician Was it a political assassination or was it personal To find out, he ll have to track down the killer, a man named Rick Sullivan This cat and mouse thriller follows Allen and Sullivan across the known galaxy to planets where life is cheap and law and order is non existAgent Frank Allen is assigned his toughest investigation yet, the murder of a powerful Earth politician Was it a political assassination or was it personal To find out, he ll have to track down the killer, a man named Rick Sullivan This cat and mouse thriller follows Allen and Sullivan across the known galaxy to planets where life is cheap and law and order is non existent And Allen finds that Sullivan and the answer he seeks is complex than he imagined Sullivan is not only fighting a war against the oppressive government of his home planet, he s fighting a war against injustice everywhere But in his righteousness, is Rick Sullivan only serving the Devil And does Frank Allen serve the very same master Length 33,000 words 132 pages.

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    1. After reading almost all his short stories, I started the Sullivan's War saga.I can't say it enough how much I like Mr Rose writing's style, even in this longer novel he doesn't disappoint building believable characters and an accurate setting to make them act.As I had read Sullivan's War: Prologue - Sergeant Riley's Account before, I had no problem with the setting of the story, and I think is almost necessary to fully enjoy this first part, or you might find yourself wondering why the main cha [...]

    2. I am not a fan of hardcore science fiction, rather those stories that lead the reader slightly ahead of our time and, perhaps, slightly out of our universe. Bradbury and Clarke did this well, taking me to Mars or out beyond the moon in 2001/2010/2061. While my brother doted on the grand epics of Asimov and Herbert, I didn't find myself drawn to them as much.There had to be a middle ground.Like a fist in the face, along comes Michael K. Rose and Sullivan's War. Not only is the science in the scie [...]

    3. I enjoyed this novella length story immensely, it pulls you into a new futuristic and believable world where technology is advanced and the chase is on. Frank Allen is an agent to the bureau on earth and is now involved in finding the perpetrator of the murders of some very important political members. The pursuit takes you out into a space adventure with true grit and action as Agent Allen tracks down the killer- Rick Sullivan, a highly trained assassin who has his own agenda in mind. A world w [...]

    4. This is the kind of science fiction I can dig. A sci-fi thriller. Hardcore science fiction bogs me down, slows down the story for me. I like a fast-paced, action filled, dialogue thick page turner. That is Sullivan’s War: Book 1. This is a story of murder, politics, love and revenge told across the galaxy.Michael K. Rose does what only few can do, makes you love the villain. The relationship between Allen & Sullivan is enthralling, it is the center of the story. Rose’s character developm [...]

    5. Michael K. Rose has every potential of being the next best-seller. This book as bits of everything great. I highly suggest his work!!

    6. THE STORYRick Sullivan is an idealist bent on ending a corrupt government’s strangle hold on his home planet of Edaline. Sullivan is the bad-guy and not above killing people to accomplish his goal.Frank Allen is an investigator with the equivalent of a galaxy spanning FBI. Someone killed a planetary assemblyman, Frank is part of the team sent to investigate. This quickly pits him against Sullivan in a planet hopping game of hide and seek that comes to involve an assembly of colorful and often [...]

    7. The title for this book presents a fascinating riddle. How, you may ask, can all good man serve the devil? Are there no clear distinctions between the right and wrong course of action? In such a morally ambiguous world, how can the hero--Frank Allen, assisted by his partner, Liz Wagner--find a way to resolve this apparent gap?Torn between his obligations as a special agent to capture a criminal, and the instinct that guides him in the opposite direction, to let the criminal go for the greater go [...]

    8. I liked this novel. I would prefer to rate this book as 3.8, better than just a 3, but not quite 4.Sullivan makes an interesting protagonist, a man driven by events to become something he knows is not quite right, but necessary. This tale was fast-paced, rather like an MI thriller, perhaps. But I have two critical comments. One is that I did not really get the sense of the intergalactic setting. When the story opened as an apparently ordinary and familiar police crime scene, it was slightly jarr [...]

    9. Agent Frank Allen tasked with solving the murder of a Manhattan Assemblyman.During his investigation,Frank crosses paths with Rick Sullivan;a man on a mission to expose the injustices carried out by the government.Both men will travel from Earth to other far away planets in search of the truth.Book one of Sullivan's War starts out strong and never fizzles out as the story unfolds. At heart this is a political thriller murder mystery set in a futuristic world where living on other planets is not [...]

    10. Read "Sullivan's War: Book 1" on the weekend. Loved it. Fast paced and very entertaining. A great start to a sci-fi series I definitely intend to read.

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