Clover is busy trying to better himself, and I think to prove to the others that he is worth keeping, and can help them on future jobs. However, I think that he doesn't realise that he still has a lot to learn, and sometimes he can come across as a brat - but then again does he do this so that he earns the punishment that he enjoys so much?!
When it is agreed that Clover can go out with them on their latest job, he is over the moon, and so eager to do well. That would be his first mistake, as he seems too eager, and then when Tank tries to rein him back a little, Drake seems to side with Clover, believing that Clover can do anything - but is he right?
When they arrive for the job, things go downhill pretty fast, and then we connect with Tanks family for a while, but I think this makes the situation even worse, and some not so good decisions are made. The worse decison to be made puts not only Clover in danger, but others too and then it is left to the remaining men to try and get things back on track.
Although I struggled a little with this book, I will be looking out for the final book in this trilogy, as I need answers to questions I have now, and also need to know if Clover has done irrevocable damage to his relationships with what he knows are his men..........