Book review: CHERUB The General
ATOS level: 7.1
A very interesting and ironic book in a more blatant or vulgar manner, with main character James Adams starring the mission. It is a joint military exercise with the British SAS and the U.S military forces featuring simunition(guns with simulated ammunition rounds that replicate the stinging effect so that soldiers are able to know how it feels to be shot in advanced warfare) The military exercise is based in a newly built camp under the name of Fort Reagan. James Adams and his “commander” Kazakov decide to play dirty on the American military as there are no rules for the exercise to be precise. James later goes on to apply a whole bag full of military grade laxative chemicals into the American’s water supply, resulting in half or more of the mobile forces to diminish. After doing so, Both James and Kazakov are asked to exit the exercise, following their extremely unbelievable escape from cheating at a major casino using the technology of the secret service.
In my opinion, once you start reading the book, it is very hard to let go of it, as there are a never ending series of cold humor applied precisely in the right time of the story. But there is one downside to this book, which is the start of the book, where Agent James is supposed to infiltrate an anarchist group in London, but goes there to find that the police were one step ahead. It is actually quite a disappointment as James has never failed a mission before. Never the less I would still give this book a 5/5* rating. I would recommend this book to those who like dirty humor😂and those who would love a bit of action and a Sci-fi mounded into the real world.