Review: Corpse In Armor
Short form review:
1. Buy it
2. Read it
3. Think through the contextual points raised by author McPhillips, artfully and without interrupting the real-time hyperpacing of the narrative
4. Get others, who need to do more of the step above, to read it
This review captures the novel's flavor nicely.
What CIA is not: A typically-turgid exposition of freedom-oriented political thinking, shoehorned into a barebones plot populated by poorly-drawn characters.
What CIA is: A hell of a ride, placing the reader in almost the same position as the characters, as all try to anticipate the OpFors' (no, that is not a possessive apostrophe fault) next moves, while at the same trying to determine just exactly what is going on.