Return to Vietnam (The Executioner #43)

Return to Vietnam - Don Pendleton, Stephen Mertz

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Title: Return to Vietnam

Series: The Executioner

Author: Don Pendleton

Rating: 2.5 of 5 Stars

Genre: Action/Adventure

Pages: 182

Format: Kindle digital scan

 

 

 

 

Synopsis:

 

Mack must go back to Vietnam to save a former friend, who has been captured by the bad guys. Said friend is a storehouse of knowledge about local resistance and has info on more POW's that don't officially exist.

 

My Thoughts:

 

This book's time frame was approximately 5hrs. In that time, Mack meets a beautiful, strong and courageous Hottie, faces down a youth who destroys his radio transmitter, turns said youth into a leader, rescues his friends from a Max Security Prison, kills a general who is also a major drug dealer and kills about 11,000 Viet communist soldiers.

 

Just a day in the life of the Executioner.

 

I can see why teen's would read this. But after the next one, I'm done. I am finding that I do need some actual plot, not just mindless action and brain splatter. I am surprised as anyone about that.