Gray Redemption

Gray Redemption Book three a continuation of the Tom Gray series A year after he was declared dead and began living under an assumed name in the Philippines Tom Gray wants his life back Along with two ex army buddi

  • Title: Gray Redemption
  • Author: Alan McDermott
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Book three, a continuation of the Tom Gray series A year after he was declared dead and began living under an assumed name in the Philippines, Tom Gray wants his life back Along with two ex army buddies and a woman he rescued from terrorists, Gray attempts to make his way home to the UK to clear his name no easy feat when members of the British government want to kill GBook three, a continuation of the Tom Gray series.A year after he was declared dead and began living under an assumed name in the Philippines, Tom Gray wants his life back Along with two ex army buddies and a woman he rescued from terrorists, Gray attempts to make his way home to the UK to clear his name no easy feat when members of the British government want to kill Gray and his loyal friends, and the long clandestine journey home on a container ship gives Gray s nemesis, James Farrar, the time to hatch a plot to intercept him.In Gray Redemption, the third book in the popular and action packed series that began with Gray Justice, the hunted and the hunters converge Tom Gray s only hope is to seek the help of an old adversary and pray he still believes in justice.

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    1. Now my review for Book 2 in this series stated I wasn't as impressed with it as I was with the fantastic first book, so I'm glad to say that Tom's back. But this one is more the search for Tom, rather than about Tom himself. So did I like it? Yes, more than book 2. This time the good guys and the bad guys are after Tom, some of them not even knowing who they are after.Ii was a bit muddled at the start as to who some of the characters were as it's a long time since I'd read the first two books, b [...]

    2. Disliked this storyI got this book due to the first episode, which I liked. This story was not worth the time. The portion in the jungle was.way too long. It seemed to never end. The rest of the story was bette but not enough. That's too bad.

    3. #3Filled with suspense but still quite predictable. Now that he is back at his old job I wonder what will happen next

    4. This starts off where the previous book finished. A continuation of the story where Tom Gray and his entourage are on the run and trying to return home. Standing in their way is more than just one hit man. The solution to most problems is to kill them but that is easier said than done when there are others out there trying to stop that from happening. A mix of action thriller, political intrigue and espionage. It's a great mix and well worth reading.

    5. Rattling good yarn.Lots of strands in the plot come together neatly towards the end. Plenty of action and camaraderie, spread across the globe - with the good guys prevailing in the end. I look forward to being re- immersed in escapism when I read the next in the series.

    6. I thoroughly enjoyed it. This is NOT a stand alone book. Be sure to read the first two first. I read for entertainment, and I was entertained!

    7. An excellent thriller.This book is not as good as the first in the series, but better than the second.I found rather too many characters were confusing at times.

    8. Terrific throughoutAnother great book by Alan with lots of twists and turns and plenty of action.will soon start the next in the series

    9. Great storyd really well told. He's got such a talent. I'm having difficulty putting his books down or moving on to the next one!!

    10. Another brilliant shade of Gray !!The road to redemption has many twists and turns .Will Tom and his companions survive ?Will Farrar get his just deserts ?Can another Al-Quaeda terrorist plot be thwarted ?Usual run of the mill excitement from Alan McDermott.I'm off to get part 4 !!

    11. Tom Gray finally realizes that the British Government is trying to kill him and his former crew who had helped him in book #1. It is now a year later - Tom Gray, a woman he rescues from the terrorist group's jungle prison, and two former team members successfully escape the trap set for them in the Philippines. They are safe for now and aboard a container ship en-route to Africa, eventually returning them all to London via other modes of transportation. Tom learns of the killing of two of his fo [...]

    12. This has truly been an incredible set of books, and I could so easily have justified paying at least a fiver per book. I consider that sort of price fair, for although big names with big houses behind them set prices higher than this,getting your name out there at such a high cost isn't always doable. I'd certainly advise McDermott to think about an escalating pricing structure, like Michael G. Manning has done with his series. I got the first book on a free offer, which is a great thing and per [...]

    13. I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books of this series, "Gray Justice" and "Gray Redemption" by Author Alan McDermott. This third novel is more about the hunters than the hunted, who is Tom Gray. Many in different security agencies think he is dead, but he's not. Tom (now going by the name Tom Grant), Victoria, Baines, and Smart are without passports and seek a way back to England. They have made arrangements to be transported on a cargo ship, "Huang Zhen," that carries them from Malaysia to Du [...]

    14. Having read the other two books in the trilogy and having loved them, I was really looking forward to reading the last book in the series. After discovering that the British Government wants Tom Gray dead, he will try everything in order to go back to his country and clean his name. But things won't be so easy Will Tom and his partners be able to survive in what seems to be a soulless hunt? Tom will have to face rough times, confronting different dangers in his way.Clever plot and great characte [...]

    15. This is the exciting denoument of the Gray Trilogy which features ex-SAS man Tom Gray and his personal crusade to tackle injustice, which we followed in Gray Justice and Gray Resurrection. He and his surviving friends are attempting to return to England where people in the heart of the government, want the world to believe he is dead. There is a sub-plot intriguingly twisted around this, which involves terrorism and a virus which can affect humanity genetically in an unexpected way. You have to [...]

    16. Another adrenaline-pumping political thriller in the Tom Gray series. All the familiar characters that we love (and hate) are back again as the action moves from the Philippines to the UK. I don't usually read much in this genre, but I love this series and found this book just as good as I had anticipated. Full of action from beginning to end, if anything the only problem with this entry would be that there are too many things going on at once but McDermott manages to keep the plot tight and tie [...]

    17. This is the concluding part of the trilogy of Tom Gray. It is definitely brilliant. Now that I have read the three books, I understand why the author needed the terrorist plot. It was not apparent to me in the first book and I questioned it, but of course, the author was looking forward to the other books.The twist at the end is well thought.This is a trilogy. To appreciate this book fully, you have to have read first Gray Justice) and Gray Redemption. The first one is usually offered free to pr [...]

    18. The third in this series was the best so far, in my opinion. Tom Gray, upon the death of his family, took extreme revenge. In danger of being embarrassed when the public wholeheartedly support his means of making the punishment fit the crime, Tom is given a new identity. When members of his team die from accidents, Tom suspects that he will be next.His means of keeping one step ahead of the shadowy figures that want him done away with keep the reader guessing, and turning the pages. Good stuff. [...]

    19. I should have been wrapping presents.but instead found myself enthralled in the last instalment of the Tom Gray series!I couldn't tear myself away from the fast paced story unfolding in front of me. I had been eagerly awaiting this book and am pleased to say I have not been disappointed.It has everything you need in a thriller good guys,bad guys, guns,explosions,twists and turns,that little bit of romance and possibly a teasing little ending.?!Can't wait to see where Alan McDermott takes us next [...]

    20. Gray Redemption ( Tom Gray #3)Tom, two of his old teammates, and the love of his life, fight their way out of the Philippines, manage to get a warning to two other teammates that their lives are in danger, and then after escaping on a ship from Malaysia, find out that Timmy Hughes, has been killed. Their goal now, find out who besides Farrar is pulling the strings and bring everyone to justice. Quite a tale that'll keep you turning pages all the way to the end. Thanks for another great read.

    21. This third (and final?) installment of the Tom Gray series was every bit as good as the first two. By this time, I was fairly comfortable with 90% of the characters so the fact that the author switches constantly from first to last names wasn't as problematic for me as with the other two.As that is really my only complaint, I highly recommend this series! Lots of action and adventure without all the unnecessary gore that a lot of thrillers have now. Love it!

    22. This is the third in the Tom Gray trilogy and as with the first two this is a gripping read, in fact I feel I read it too fast but its hard to put down once you start reading.These books have been made up of believable and mostly likeable characters, of course there are some bad guys as well.Alan McDermott should be proud of himself this has been a great series of stories and hope there will be lots more to follow.Highly recommended.

    23. Tom Gray must save himself and his friends when he learns that the government is out to kill them all. Getting back to the UK is first on his agenda. After weeks in a shipping container he is close to the revenge he seeks. Farrar is at the top of his list as the man who created the troubles Tom is now having. Revenge is sweeteven if it is hard to come by.

    24. Gray RedemptionAnother different tale of the same series that winds up covering a lot of today's issues in a very believable manner. The extensive use of Muslim philosophy and thought lends a chilling reality to a fast moving plot. I will probably try one more of the series to see the direction the author takes.

    25. Another pacey thriller with the amazing ex SAS guys. It left me needing to read the next one and I like that. It's a bit like finishing an episode of 24 and knowing you need to watch the next one even if you should actually be in bed. I still feel the 'love interest' is a little superfluous but I guess a man has needs

    26. Another of the same!The third in the Tom Grey series, although it is quite a enjoyable read, the storyline is starting to wither at the edges and has become rather mundane.The ending was a bit too abrupt, leaving a lot of possibilities for the next part in the saga.me of which i don't fancy pursuing.

    27. Never , ever quit fighting.Another very good story about perseverance with a distinctly British twist which is refreshing and interesting. A enjoyable read with good characters and a interesting plot. I am looking forward to the next book.

    28. Once again we are thrust into the world of dark politics, treason and espionage as we rejoin Tom, now with a new name, and his buddies as they fight the bad guys. That is once they figure out who the bad guys are. Another page turning beauty from the pen of Alan McDermott.

    29. I had been eagerly awaiting the last instalment in this trilogy, and it certainly did not disappoint! It was well written and highly enjoyable!I look forward to reading some more books from Alan in the future.

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