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Hayley Cage never expected to find herself on the other side of the galaxy, as a healer on a team of rough and tough mercenaries hunting Satan's secret army.  But then, life doesn't always go as planned.  If it did, her mother wouldn't be on the most wanted list, her father wouldn't have been murdered, and she would be training at the Republic Military Academy, instead of pr Hayley Cage never expected to find herself on the other side of the galaxy, as a healer on a team of rough and tough mercenaries hunting Satan's secret army.  But then, life doesn't always go as planned.  If it did, her mother wouldn't be on the most wanted list, her father wouldn't have been murdered, and she would be training at the Republic Military Academy, instead of prepping for a routine drop and rescue mission against a minor fiend.  A routine mission that's about to go straight to Hell.  When bad intel leads to a worse situation and the minor fiend turns out to be a major pain in the asteroid, Hayley is the last one standing, forced to navigate the sudden chaos and fighting to survive.  If she doesn't, her new family will wind up as broken as the first, casualties of a sick experiment and fodder for a deadly creation.  The only demons more powerful than the ones on the ground are the ones in Hayley's head, and if she's going to help stop this new threat from spreading across the galaxy, she'll have to find a way to defeat both. -------------------  Triple Blind is the first book in a new standalone Covenant series by the bestselling author of Hell's Rejects, Forgotten, Man of War and Starship Eternal. An awesome-mix of paranormal fantasy, space opera, and military science-fiction, it's a cyclone bomb of frenetic action and adventure you won't want to put down.


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Hayley Cage never expected to find herself on the other side of the galaxy, as a healer on a team of rough and tough mercenaries hunting Satan's secret army.  But then, life doesn't always go as planned.  If it did, her mother wouldn't be on the most wanted list, her father wouldn't have been murdered, and she would be training at the Republic Military Academy, instead of pr Hayley Cage never expected to find herself on the other side of the galaxy, as a healer on a team of rough and tough mercenaries hunting Satan's secret army.  But then, life doesn't always go as planned.  If it did, her mother wouldn't be on the most wanted list, her father wouldn't have been murdered, and she would be training at the Republic Military Academy, instead of prepping for a routine drop and rescue mission against a minor fiend.  A routine mission that's about to go straight to Hell.  When bad intel leads to a worse situation and the minor fiend turns out to be a major pain in the asteroid, Hayley is the last one standing, forced to navigate the sudden chaos and fighting to survive.  If she doesn't, her new family will wind up as broken as the first, casualties of a sick experiment and fodder for a deadly creation.  The only demons more powerful than the ones on the ground are the ones in Hayley's head, and if she's going to help stop this new threat from spreading across the galaxy, she'll have to find a way to defeat both. -------------------  Triple Blind is the first book in a new standalone Covenant series by the bestselling author of Hell's Rejects, Forgotten, Man of War and Starship Eternal. An awesome-mix of paranormal fantasy, space opera, and military science-fiction, it's a cyclone bomb of frenetic action and adventure you won't want to put down.

30 review for Triple Threat

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    3.5 Stars. A good story with good characters. I'm not sure what genre to really label this book. Science fiction in the sense of the space travel and technology. In some aspects though, it feels more like a super hero novel which isn't as much my cup of tea. I definitely enjoyed the fast pace and the never-ending action in this novel. I think I would have liked to have known a few more characters, especially from the original Riders but I suspect there is more to this universe than just this one 3.5 Stars. A good story with good characters. I'm not sure what genre to really label this book. Science fiction in the sense of the space travel and technology. In some aspects though, it feels more like a super hero novel which isn't as much my cup of tea. I definitely enjoyed the fast pace and the never-ending action in this novel. I think I would have liked to have known a few more characters, especially from the original Riders but I suspect there is more to this universe than just this one book that I've read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gavin Waskett

    The Covenant story resumes, with the focused switched many years into the future and away from The Rejects and it is now on Hayley Cage (Witchy), Quark and his Riders(well for a bit!), they are joined by a few new allies. Tibor is definitely a good addition to the fray. A good fun story with the heart of The Rejects but without the humour and the camaradie. There's plenty of action and the demise of characters both heroes and villians. And it ends up setting up the chase into the next two books. A The Covenant story resumes, with the focused switched many years into the future and away from The Rejects and it is now on Hayley Cage (Witchy), Quark and his Riders(well for a bit!), they are joined by a few new allies. Tibor is definitely a good addition to the fray. A good fun story with the heart of The Rejects but without the humour and the camaradie. There's plenty of action and the demise of characters both heroes and villians. And it ends up setting up the chase into the next two books. An enjoyable listen(I had the audiobook of this one) but one that missed using the Riders properly in my opinion.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Noodle The Naughty Night Owl

    9/10: Fantastic, left me wanting more. “Bastards know how to ruin a good time, that’s for sure.” Surprisingly, I really got into this one. Surprisingly, because I only managed 2.5 of the books in the original series (I just couldn’t connect with Abbey). But I loved the Colonel & I really liked Hayley (Abbey’s daughter - the female protag in this spin-off). “I think I love you,” he said. “I have a boyfriend,” she replied. “He’s an asshole.” “So are you.” Fast-paced as usual. Action packed as usual. Fu 9/10: Fantastic, left me wanting more. “Bastards know how to ruin a good time, that’s for sure.” Surprisingly, I really got into this one. Surprisingly, because I only managed 2.5 of the books in the original series (I just couldn’t connect with Abbey). But I loved the Colonel & I really liked Hayley (Abbey’s daughter - the female protag in this spin-off). “I think I love you,” he said. “I have a boyfriend,” she replied. “He’s an asshole.” “So are you.” Fast-paced as usual. Action packed as usual. Full of aliens & tech & just enough feels to make me...well, feel. This one is a keeper, that’s for sure.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alastar

    Not Bad Well this was a bit of a disappointment, Halley is nothing like she was in the original series. It seems she has forgotten everything that's happened. And she exchanged her love for her mother with a huge fragging chip on her shoulder against her mother. The author did keep his annoying habit of Nothing Good Ever Happens without paying for it twice over with melodramatic suspense. I hold out hope that she might get back some of what she lost but I don't expect that will happen. The story Not Bad Well this was a bit of a disappointment, Halley is nothing like she was in the original series. It seems she has forgotten everything that's happened. And she exchanged her love for her mother with a huge fragging chip on her shoulder against her mother. The author did keep his annoying habit of Nothing Good Ever Happens without paying for it twice over with melodramatic suspense. I hold out hope that she might get back some of what she lost but I don't expect that will happen. The story over all was not bad. We'll have to see how book 2 goes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Robert Mckillop

    Like mother, like daughter. An excellent start to a new series This is a really good start to a chapter for Healey Cage, abandoned after her mother disappears and is is brought up to heal and care for others. She is also trained to be able to fight when needed and Quark is confident she can... Read on

  6. 5 out of 5

    Frank Bertino

    Like Mother Like Daughter Hayley Cage, daughter of the Demon Queen, proves as resilient, resourceful, and unpredictable as her mother. Her character is compelling and strong. I like following up in this universe with strong young Hayley as the main character. Action is nonstop. I look forward to the next book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Chris Ehlers

    Couldn’t put it down A great follow up to the hells rejects series. Now the daughter becomes the mother. Still wish we knew what happened to Queenie. But this feels like another thrill ride.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ray Carter

    Great Read A well constructed plot, a crew of stalwart heroes , gaggle of rotten villains...what more could one ask for? Besides all that, it's a fun, action packed read. Get it...you'll like it Great Read A well constructed plot, a crew of stalwart heroes , gaggle of rotten villains...what more could one ask for? Besides all that, it's a fun, action packed read. Get it...you'll like it

  9. 5 out of 5

    B LUCKY

    After CHAOS OF THE COVENANT, I was hoping this series would be as exciting as the other. However, it's drier than the Sahara!! Why didn't Forbes go with Hays again for the narration??? Dumbest move ever. After CHAOS OF THE COVENANT, I was hoping this series would be as exciting as the other. However, it's drier than the Sahara!! Why didn't Forbes go with Hays again for the narration??? Dumbest move ever.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mike B

    As usual Forbes doesn't waste time killing people off. But it's a good start to another series. As usual Forbes doesn't waste time killing people off. But it's a good start to another series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Fedko

    Great book Very good story teller. Want more for this new series. Ten more works I'm not a writer. Great great great Great book Very good story teller. Want more for this new series. Ten more works I'm not a writer. Great great great

  12. 4 out of 5

    Joseph Adams

    At his best Sorcery and space ty it’s best. Young lady and old coger makes for great combo add in alien turned against his own and a formidable trio is on the move.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Darryl Kelly

    I can’t wait for the next one This book was fantastic as usual M.R. Doesn’t disappoint hopefully the new one is out ASAP I can’t wait to see what’s next.

  14. 5 out of 5

    papasteve

    Just what I was looking for: a space opera with quirky characters and deadly action.

  15. 5 out of 5

    John Harris

    An excellent follow-up to the Chaos of the Covenant series. Highly recommended

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Great story, good characters Tells a great story with wonderful characters. Looking forward to the next books in the series. Complement to hell's rejects. Great story, good characters Tells a great story with wonderful characters. Looking forward to the next books in the series. Complement to hell's rejects.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Shawn

    Great read!! Perfect start to this new series!! Really likeing the adult Hailey. Bringing back the CAGE! Keep up the great work!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Loretta Edgar

    Great diversity of characters. Non stop action. I got so pulled in read it in one sitting. Will read thee next book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Josephine

    The characters are the highlight of the book, with a realistic strong female lead and supporting cast (no damsels in distress in this story!).

  20. 4 out of 5

    John Wood

    Really good story! Lots of action, great story and great characters. Looking forward to reading more stories about Haley Cage and her cohorts.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bob Andrews

  22. 5 out of 5

    Autumn

  23. 4 out of 5

    Max

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jon

  25. 4 out of 5

    Julie

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bryan Healey

  27. 5 out of 5

    Angela Torlop

  28. 4 out of 5

    Denise M Moloy

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jim Long

  30. 4 out of 5

    Robert

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