The Shadow Operators: Origins (Shadow Operators #1)

The Shadow Operators: Origins (Shadow Operators #1)

(Part 1 in a 5-Part Series) ____________________________________ No One Gets Out Alive. Soldiers, spies, assassins, and bodyguards. They are what you need them to be?shadow operators. Unsanctioned by governments and unhindered by borders or laws, they are the first and last resort. Nick Hobbs is one of the best, a legend in the making, but even the best can sometimes use a h (Part 1 in a 5-Part Series) ____________________________________ No One Gets Out Alive. Soldiers, s...

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Title:The Shadow Operators: Origins (Shadow Operators #1)
Author:Sam Sisavath
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Genres:Thriller
ISBN:0615922384
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:88 pages pages

The Shadow Operators: Origins (Shadow Operators #1) Reviews

  • Bill
    Jan 11, 2016

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

  • Andy
    Dec 05, 2014

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Julie
    Apr 27, 2014

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Dave
    Feb 05, 2015

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Timothy Haas
    Dec 09, 2014

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Aaron
    Nov 09, 2016

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Sydia
    Oct 15, 2014

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Jeff Parker
    Jan 20, 2015

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

  • John Ryan
    Nov 25, 2014

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Cri
    Aug 11, 2014

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • John Shim
    Jan 14, 2016

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Chris
    Jun 30, 2014

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Tremont G
    May 24, 2015

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Patrick Lincoln
    Mar 29, 2016

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

  • The Grim Reader (Beavisthebookhead.com)
    Jul 06, 2014

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

  • Scott Hartman
    Oct 12, 2015

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Tom Knight
    Nov 14, 2015

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Mindy Waterman
    Mar 23, 2015

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Becky
    May 29, 2014

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Tommie Giles
    Dec 25, 2014

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Oscar Gottardi
    Aug 20, 2017

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

  • Lane Merryman
    May 22, 2016

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

  • Scott Welch
    Sep 14, 2015

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

  • Shawn McAlister
    Sep 25, 2015

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Terri  Walkemeyer T.L.W.
    Jan 06, 2016

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Bob Chalker
    Nov 23, 2016

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

  • LIANNE RODERICK
    Jan 23, 2016

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • Nikki Sherman
    Jan 27, 2016

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

  • mike mastrianni
    Mar 17, 2017

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...

    Good plot Story is disjointed. Haven't been able to connect with the characters. After reading I just feel empty like this book was a synopsis rather than a complete story. ...

    A wicked fast past and Sam Sisavath's quirky characters propel this short novelette to an ending that leaves you scrambling for the next installment. ...

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  • David McGlown
    Jan 29, 2017

    Good start to an expected great series. Two people, two organizations, separate ideologies. Both people want to be faithful to their own organization and each other. That is not possible..... ...

    Excellent start to a new series!!! Excellent start from Sisavath! It had great character development and plenty of action in short story. I can't wait for the next part. ...

    "The Shadow Operators Part 1 - Origins" is a solid introduction to what I hope will be a very good five-part series. The way in which Sisavath introduces readers to what appears to be the three main characters of the tale works well. There is Nick Hobbs, a highly-skilled operative in a...

    Sisavath is a pleasure to read. This is a pretty shallow and thin story; more like a few sample sections from an in-progress novel than a finished work. But this author is no slouch: his characters, scenarios and descriptions come alive on the page. I'd be interested to see a longe...

    I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book I really liked this book. The dialogue was a little hard to follow and the time jumps could use some explaining but still a good book ...

    This book probably would have earned five stars if it was more cohesive. As usual, the author's writing is excellent, exciting and intriguing, but the scenes just jumped around too much for me. Granted, when the next book comes out, it certainly will be on my reading list! ...

    Interesting new series An enjoyable read. Action and intrigue, just the sort of thing you want from a good thriller. Look forward to the rest of the series. ...

    Good start Good start but short given follow up parts are not available. Like the female hero angle and descriptive writing style. ...