Indoctrination (The Silver Ninja Prototype, #2)

Indoctrination (The Silver Ninja Prototype, #2)[BOOKS] ✮ Indoctrination (The Silver Ninja Prototype, #2) ✰ Wilmar Luna – The Silver Ninja Prototype Series Batman Robin 1997 Melodramatic cheesy poorly written The Silver Ninja 2018 Batman Dark Knight 2008 Gritty well written polishedA Bitter Winter is a reboot and is not The Silver Ninja Prototype Series Batman Robin Melodramatic cheesy poorly written The Silver Ninja Batman Dark Knight Gritty well written polishedA Bitter Winter is a reboot and is not connected to. Disclosure I got this book for free for review Let me start with what I liked Wilmar does a good job creating a believable female hero She has flaws She sounds like a woman; not a man with breasts At the same time not a caricature of womanhood or a ditz The sisterly relationship seems like a girl's version of what I've seen with my brothers While the dialog sometimes fell a little flat the martial spat and relationship and sexual dysfunction seemed realistic What I didn't like but was forgivableAlmost everything about the suits and physics Because the story seemed like 2014 nanotechnology it was harder to suspend my disbelief than if it was a science fiction world The amount of blood she loses and her concusions But I can just pretend this is an anime or Michael Bay movie as a book and not worry too much about that What made me give it two stars instead of 3 or 4Lots of loose plot threads What were the conseuences of government confiscation? Was the computer virus successful? Why was Black Rook involved? Why did he want what the bad guys planned? The whole time I felt like this was the second book in a trilogy with lots of setup without payoff As I mentioned in my status update I have to respectfully disagree with Wilmar that this book can be read without reading the first one Everything going on between the main characters is based on stuff that happened in the first book It is hard to understand all the arguments without the context Finally the book never properly setup the climax so that I wanted to keep reading The only reason I read the first 60% in one go is because I was on a long flight The only reason I finished is because Wilmar gave it to me for review That's not to say it was a horrible book It was fine It just wasn't great If it'd kept me on my toes that might have been enough for 3 stars I love writing but I've never been able to finish a novel so I have a lot of respect for what Wilmar has done and how he's put himself out there It's why I wrote such a comprehensive review for a 2 star book I think there is a good foundation here I would definitely start with book #1 if you are a new reader Perhaps if there is a #3 we will get some needed closure Even if he plans a book #4 perhaps we need to close the book on Black Rook The Silver Ninja is back for the second instalmentCindy had plenty to worry about a husband that ignores her and a sister fighting her own demons Oh yes and she's being chased by the CIA and has to hide her identity as the Silver NinjaYes come onyou have no idea how excited I've been about reading this And why shouldn't I be?The first book was one big adventure; lots of promise but plenty of room for improvementSee review of The Silver NinjaMy major problem was with Cindy herself and I am so relieved to say that she is much easier to get on with in this book In fact everything works betterTo be honest I was lucky enough that Luna asked me to beta read his work I thought that was an improvement this finished piece is miles beyondIt has kept the same sense of adventure; of not being afraid to dream big But the characters are all better thought out the writing is smoother and accessible let's be honest the constant metaphors of the first book were cringeworthy All of this makes the story thrilling and it does something special it shows Luna's sense of humour as I was chuckling through so many sections Especially the British slang confusionOh and I can't resist mentioning the chocolate banana Come on the chocolate banana I love an inside joke I'll start off by saying I don't normally write reviews because I'm not very good at them However I got a free copy of this book from the author so the least I could do is read the book and write a review for itThe book is basically about two sisters who have nano machine powered super suits sort of like an Ironman type suit and they have to stop a a pharmaceutical company from using nano tech to create mind controlThis book wasn't really what I typically read I'm not big into sci fi superheroes but I did find the book fairly enjoyable It was a fast easy read The battle scenes were fun and fast paced and I did like some of the ideas that the author wrote about the suit and the tech Like when minor spoilers view spoilerCindy's suit became infected with a virus and the functions of the suit were shutting down hide spoiler Wilmar Luna continues his fun comic book style adventure of the The Silver Ninja Indoctrination paper from Createspace in which Cindy Ames has to wear the suit again after her husband’s extremely dangerous work is taken by the Government But retrieving the hard drives are made worse by when she and her sister Jadie face Alexis CIA assassin with her own Saphire suit But the real villain is the CEO of Zhu Feng Medical which has invented a mind control drug to use on New York City Soon Cindy and Jadie are saving lives when bombs go off all over the city and fighting Alexis who has been convinced they murdered her family The neatest toy is a motorcycle that uses nano technology to turn into a small plane Just don’t try to think about the physics of the various fights Lots of fun I suspect adventures are comingReview published by the Philadelphia Weekly Press

Paperback  ✓ Indoctrination MOBI ¼
  • Paperback
  • 294 pages
  • Indoctrination (The Silver Ninja Prototype, #2)
  • Wilmar Luna
  • English
  • 05 July 2016
  • 9781494409258