Ballistic - Mark Greaney


By Mark Greaney

  • Release Date: 2011-10-04
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 885 Ratings


#1 New York Times bestselling author Mark Greaney presents the third Gray Man novel, featuring the ex-CIA assassin being hailed as “Bourne for the new millennium” (James Rollins).

After Court Gentry was betrayed by his compatriots and forced to take on a near-suicidal covert mission by the CIA, he thought he could find refuge living in the Amazon rain forest. But his bloody past finds him when a vengeful Russian crime lord forces him to go on the run once again. Court makes his way to one of the only men in the world he can trustand arrives too late. His friend is dead and buried.

Years before, Eddie Gamboa had saved Court's life. Now, Eddie has been murdered by the notorious Mexican drug cartel he fought to take down. And Court soon finds himself drawn into a war he never wanted. But in this war, there are no sidesonly survivors...


  • Ballistic

    By Scott11024
    Great read. Action packed.
  • Mediocre

    By Longhorn5555
    Stupid people. Stupid plot. Stupid decisions. Gray man suddenly acts like an amateur. Glad this wasn’t the first Gray Man I read, or it would have been the only one I read.
  • Ed

    By rggcft
    Dreams we'd
  • The best so far

    By Rivangene
    If you're reading these books in order, this is the best one so far. Enjoy.
  • A fun read!

    By Domino's nice app
    A page turner. Little disappointed with the convenient way Courts love interest was handled - but then again it's not a romance novel! Can Court's "luck" keep holding out? Since there's a couple more books in the series my guess is it must.
  • Change of Pace

    By D day Normandy
    Half Bourne, half Reacher, and half Chris Kyle - this book blends vengeance p*rn with the special forces uberman meme we’ve been soaking up since Abbottabad. And as such it’s a nice change of pace. But it suffers from both fast writing and destined-for-electronic editing - eg sloppy. But what the hey - we’re all wrigting that way now, so how can we complain? And it is a rollicking tale with more twists than a sidewinder and bad guys painted with a roller. I downloaded it before a cross-country business trip - read it exclusively on airplanes (on an iPhone no less) and it was just the ticket.
  • This Guy is Good

    By Jojo55749
    I've read all of Flynn, Thor, Clancy and Taylor. Mark Greaney is right there with the best in my opinion. Non stop action from beginning to end. Thanks Mark!! Keep it up!!
  • Ballistic

    By T4bre
    A great read....action packed and nicely done!
  • Awesome

    By Hwakexx
    Can't wait for the next
  • Coming Into His Own!

    By INFJ-male
    When a well know author selects a courtier (I've) wondered why. Was it due to publishing deadlines; to crank out some lesser work but utilized the big name to sell the book; or, the big guy painted the broad strokes and left the real writing to the coauthor. I read the Grey Man and became instantly hooked! I've now read Mark's three books and have enjoyed each. To the point... That if he doesn't come out with another soon ( no pressure Mark, take your time and write like you have been-- don't sell out for the fame or money-- do it for YOURSELF and for you READERS. When I read James Rollins endorsement, I knew you were good-- but was shocked with just how good you are. You have created a Character that is up there...if not better than Ludlum's Jason. Thank you for the wild rides. For those new to Mark...definitely read The Gray Man first.