First part of the Thea Paris series is launched by K.J. Howe is in high sensation as the author tells us about the family history of the famous freedom broker. Thea’s personal grudge for the abductors made her come this far in her profession. Twenty years ago she was just an innocent little girl who loved to be with her family and then someone snatched her innocence.
The abductor took her brother in front of her eyes and she was able to do nothing for him. Though her brother got back after nine months, he was never the same at all. From that very day Thea tries to get rid of the abductors for good because she knows how they can affect the psyche of a family.
When Thea gets on a mission there is no table talk with the kidnapper, her black-ops teams finishes the missions in style with zero damage to the one kidnapped. Being number one in the world she never thought that the fire would once again come to her door step. The kidnapper this time take Thea’s father on his 60th birthday, there are hints that her father was making some important business deals but the kidnapper just asks for nothing.
The narrator Therese Plummer changes Thea’s voice a little on her father’s kidnap news. Thea looks more like the scared girl who was unable to save her brother twenty years ago. Creator of Skyjack has formed another high drama in the form of this first part and there is more to come in the coming years.
One quality of the main character that is appreciable here that she thinks in a firm manner. Whether she is afraid or in haste she does not lose her mind each of her steps is always rational.