Ash

Like so many of his generation, Lieutenant Asher Benson left Iraq with a traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and a Purple Heart. His doctors warned that the symptoms would be life altering. They had no idea. As his body healed, the thoughts of those around him began to echo through Ash’s mind, stretching the boundaries of his sanity.

Five years later, Ash is drowning the voices with copious amounts of booze and self-loathing.

When unidentified intelligence agents abduct him in broad daylight, Ash is thrust into a world of espionage and assassinations. A unique terrorist is operating on U.S. soil, and the government needs Ash, and the malady that has plagued him for half a decade, to find him.

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3 Comments

  1. … at least 1 star because I really wanted to like it. The plot was entertaining and well paced I gave this book at least 1 star because I really wanted to like it. The plot was entertaining and well paced. The writing fit the genre, straight forward and easy to understand. I did not like anything else in this book. The main character was completely unlikable. I love snark and witty, funny dialogue – this book tried so hard at it – and fell so short. Ash’s snark is just mean, dull witted, and rude, there is nothing playful or funny about it. The characters in this book are flat and…

  2. Ash – Action, Suspense and Humor!!! A Perfect Combination!!! Okay, well first of all after recently reading Devoured and Consumed: the first two books in The Hunger by Jason Brant I was very much looking forward to Ash. I’ve only read four of Jason Bran’ts books (One of them co-authored with another author) but they were more than enough for him to become one of my new favorite authors and earned him his very own folder on my Kindle which pretty much means I will be buying every single book he has out or will one day put out. His books are just that good…

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