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Washington reporter Brian Mason's article is about to expose a government black op that will be a turning point in his careerbut only if he can survive the night Brian has unearthed details on Red School a government run school where the curriculum includes killing Noal Cavanaugh and five other orphans wer. My husband read this too and really liked it We both give it 5 stars It s a fast read and would make a great movie hey Hollywood We re looking forward to reading the other two books in this series

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E taken thirteen years ago to a remote and forgotten section of the American landscape Since the age of five these children have been taught languages geography and the science of assassination By the time they are teenagers they are some of the most dangerous assets America possesses Noal is about to give. I m giving this book five stars despite it not being of the genre that I would typically be drawn to It was a uick and very enjoyable read and the plot pulled me in very uickly The convincing writing made a somewhat far fetched scenario seem uite believable which is a bit scary it makes you think The book had a distinct conclusion yet I m very anxious to see what comes next for Noal and his cohort Red School represents an outstanding debut book for Bryce Holt and I m anxious to see his success with this series unfold

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Brian's article the personal touch it needs His offer to help bring down Red School once and for all can earn Brian the fame and fortune the reporter has always desired Then again it might just get them both murdered as they try to impact the course of America's future with what little time they have left. A true page turner the attention to detail that Holt uses to make his characters and plot come alive is uniue and refreshing Red School an excellent book club selection will no doubt cause you to consider the moral drivers that determine right from wrong and whether there indeed is an area that lies somewhere in the middle


10 thoughts on “Red School

  1. says:

    My husband read this too and really liked it We both give it 5 stars It's a fast read and would make a great movie hey Hollywood We're looking forward to reading the other two books in this series

  2. says:

    Fabulous thriller read While I gravitate to these type of TV shows I rarely read these type of books Great pace and made we want to read Finished it in two sittings So happy for a cold day to stay in and read

  3. says:

    This blew my expectations out of the water I had taken a break from this book very early on in reading it due to a

  4. says:

    I'm giving this book five stars despite it not being of the genre that I would typically be drawn to It was a uick and very enjoyable read and the plot pulled me in very uickly The convincing writing made a somewhat far fetched scenario seem uite believable which is a bit scary it makes you think The book had a distinct conclusion yet I'm ve

  5. says:

    Really fun romp through and interesting twist on the spy thriller genre Author did a great job of managing multiple characters building suspense and setting the groundwork for a series Best 99 cents I've spent on a kindle bo

  6. says:

    Red School and its characters invite you to explore the moral gray area between right and wrong I'm excited to share Red School wit

  7. says:

    A true page turner the attention to detail that Holt uses to make his characters and plot come alive is uniue and refreshing Red School an excellent book club selection will no doubt cause you to consider the moral driver

  8. says:

    A thrilling novel It opens as if it were an action movie and the pace does not stop I was very surprised to find myself on a bit of a moral journey with the characters however Holt reminds me of a accessible Tom Clancy action packed but not afraid to make you think An excellent first novel in a series I know I'll make sure to fin

  9. says:

    A great concept and a stellar beginning and ending It is a little slow in the middle as it works through the details but t

  10. says:

    Exciting beyond words The pace of the book runs faster than Maurice Green