My problems with these prose segments aside, the third part of "Valley Forge, Valley Forge" is an intense and exciting read, as Frank derives some very inventive ways to take down the Special Forces squad without using lethal force. Frank's frightening capabilities are on full display here, and Ennis underlines his phantom-like presence by placing us in the perspective of the soldiers trying to apprehend him. The conspiracy involving the Generals who now sit at the very top of Frank's hit list also develops further, as the soldiers begin to wonder if they're carrying out a mission or a work-for-hire hit. It all carries us to the final page, which brings Frank one step closer to his most important vendetta yet. And as much as I can't wait to see what happens next, it'll be a shame to see Ennis' run come to a close. Read Full Review
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