Book Reviews of Mindblower (Destroyer, Bk 142)

Mindblower (Destroyer, Bk 142)
Mindblower - Destroyer, Bk 142
Author: Richard Sapir, Warren Murphy, Tim Somheil
ISBN-13: 9780373632572
ISBN-10: 0373632576
Publication Date: 1/10/2006
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Gold Eagle
Book Type: Paperback
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The Destroyer series is really good. A mix of fantasy and intrigue. The main character Remo is a cross between James Bond and Bruce Lee if he was born on Krypton. Good, good stuff.
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When a bunch of greedy professors stole his patent idea, engineering geek Harry Kilgore got mad. And he got even. With his portable air cannon, capable of smashing anything to smithereens with the pure gravitational hammering of a 300 mph gust of wind, he can blow off rocks, bullets, poison gas, Masters of Sinanju--and, of course, all sense of ethics, morality and the law.
Harry is stoked on the glory that nothing can stop him from doing whatever his crazy mood strikes--and right now, that means extorting billions of fun money from a Colombian drug cartel. As this maniacal geek and his supersonic air cannon leave a trail of pulverized victims in his wake, CURE must stop him before he rules the world with his mighty wind. So how does Remo figure on blowing Harry out of commission? Blow harder.