Grayman Book Two: The Ratings War

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
The newly-activated multinational counter-terror force begins global operations, and Mike Ram’s fame grows with every staged act of violence. Initially a stunning success, “Operation: Safe for Democracy” is soon challenged by a new terrorist leader who rises to resist them in spectacular fashion. More

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About Michael Rizzo

In addition to writing dark speculative fiction, Michael Rizzo is a graphic artist (yes, all those covers are his), a martial scientist, a collector and frequent user of fine weaponry, and a pretty good cook. He continues his long, varied and brutal career as a mercenary social services consultant, trying to do good important work while writing about very bad things.

His fiction series include Grayman and The God Mars. (The research he’s done for the Grayman series has probably earned him the attention of Homeland Security.)

Check out his Facebook pages ("The Grayman Series" and "The God Mars Series") for lots of original art and updates.

He causes trouble in person mostly in the Pacific Northwest.

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Reviews

hyegeek reviewed on May 16, 2019

This series is quite the page turner. While truth be told, the character development is not all that deep (though we do get an interesting look into Mike Ram), the plot and action are making for a very good story.

Also, the way the story is told from several perspectives gives it an interesting flavor. The use of second person present tense when giving Mike Ram's perspective add to the feeling that he is a bit disassociated with himself.

All in all a very good story.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
Shannon Nelson reviewed on April 15, 2017

Great series! Just keeps moving! And so timely given current events.
(reviewed 4 years after purchase)
M Palmeri reviewed on Dec. 24, 2016

Great follow up to Book One. Keeps right on moving. Disturbingly predictive of current events. Love the characters.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
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