Author Arthur David introduces Agents of the Third Party: The Beginning:
The Third Party is a secret organization dedicated to moving humanity towards a future of peace and prosperity. A future where hunger, poverty, and war no longer exist. An organization so dedicated to its ideals that it is made up of spies, saboteurs and assassins for whom the ends justify the means, no matter how atrocious.
BlackMail has spent her entire adult life dedicated to the cause of The Party. She has lived her life knowing that she is working for the greater good of humanity and the world, and it doesn't matter how they achieve that.
Her dedication has made her one of The Party’s top agents, and The Party has tasked her with training a young woman, Jade, who they believe will become The Party’s next top agent.
When The Party sends them on a mission that goes horribly wrong it will forever change BlackMail, Jade, and The Third Party.
I reveled in this book. The action is lucidly described. The writing is clear and concise. Arthur could have brought a lot more description in but that would have weighed the story down and the action would have suffered greatly. He maintained First Person POV very well. I love the settings, the world creation, and the dialog, it is a very believable scenario on many levels.
The only thing I didn’t like were the spelling errors, a handful of them interrupted the pure pleasure of reading. Agents of the Third Party receives a score of 4.6 of 5.
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Copyright © 2017 Mark L Schultz except for the author's introduction
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