Review – Robert Parker’s Apex

Totally delighted by this review of Apex by Self-Publisher’s Showcase! Thank you very much!

Apex is a stunning adventure thrill-ride from front to back cover. The action and tension is relentless and Parker has created a vigilante that you really want to support even though his methods are somewhat shady. This is a proper novel in that the main protagonist has to use believable means to attain his objective. Mud and moss for camouflage, hunting rabbit on the moor for sustenance, hand to hand combat and a quick mind all play a huge part in a story that would normally be heavy on technology’s use at the hand of lesser authors. Apex is the second Ben Bracken novel, and I found this out after reading Apex so you don’t need to have read the first novel first, although I will be now. The ending is a massive shock, a twist I didn’t see coming and ends abruptly leaving me wanting the next book now. Hurry up Mr Parker I am waiting.

Review – Robert Parker’s Apex

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‘Apex’ progress, and what’s coming next!

‘Apex’ progress, and what’s coming next!

Apex kindle cover july 2014

Good day all! 

Thank you all so much for your support with the second Ben Bracken book, ‘Apex’. I always tend to get a little overwhelmed by the kind words reviews and comments, not to mention very very humbled. 

‘Apex’ has already achieved everything I wanted it to achieve, and that is certainly down to the wonderful support myself and the project receive on a daily basis. A number of review…

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There’s a portion of Ben Bracken’s latest adventure that has an aquatic feel, and, even though this is not of the modern era, I am drawn to this painting by way of inspiration. This is ‘Shipwreck’ by Ivan Aivazovsky, painted in 1854, and is just beautiful. I wish I was more artistically educated enough to appreciate the intricacies of this painting and really say why I like it, but I just do! It’s beautiful.