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A Taste of the Apocalypse - Book One (Chronicles of Jeremy Nash 1) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 5756 KB
  • Print Length: 340 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Frank Fiore; 1 edition (November 24, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 24, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008X7FS90
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Frank Fiore, a bestselling author of non-fiction books, has also penned four 5-star rated stirring thrillers and action/adventures. His works include CYBERKILL, a techno-thriller; The Oracle, a collection of short stories bound by a larger tale; and The Chronicles of Jeremy Nash, a series of novels centered on conspiracy theories, unsolved mysteries, urban myths, and other themes.

He currently lives in Paradise Valley, Arizona, with his fetching wife Lynne and their dogs Sebastian--a big Newfoundland, and Duffy--a little Scotty.

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Building upon his exciting novel Cyberkill, author Frank Fiore has developed a chronicle around a daring hero named Jeremy Nash. A Taste of the Apocalypse is the first book in this exciting chronicle. Nash is an author who travels widely, investigating and debunking conspiracies. A Taste of the Apocalypse finds Nash deeply into a stunning adventure with significant implications for religion, history, archeology, aliens and a strange grandfather.

Jeremy Nash considered his long-dead grandfather, Zed Nash, beyond eccentric. He was Native American, yet he was also a respected archeologist and prognosticator of future events. Long after his grandfather's apparent death, Jeremy discovers a letter from Zed that is mysterious and shrouded in cipher. Through this letter, Jeremy uncovers a secret so stunning that it would alter our perceptions of Christianity. Nash's sister is kidnapped and the ransom demand is the coded letter from Zed to Jeremy.

Jeremy follows the trail of the letter and his sister's kidnappers from Area 51, in The United States, to England and then to Israel. There, he joins forces with a beautiful Mossad agent and an elderly English archeologist who long ago partnered with Zed in his archeological exploits. He assists in deciphering the coded letter. The letter is so astounding in implications that it seems doubtful for authenticity. But Nash is driven to follow its directions to free his sister. Behind the scenes, the Church is adamant in preventing this colossal secret from being discovered.

Upon sacred ground where the Dead Sea Scrolls are buried, Nash is enveloped in the esoteric teachings of Kabbalah - Jewish mysticism. Nash cannot help but fall for the beautiful and deadly Mossad agent, Sabra. Together, they venture far into the caves.
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I received this book for free after accepting a request from the author to read and review the book.

I'm going to try not to include any spoilers in this review.

I liked this book. I found it engaging, fast-paced and action packed. It kept me turning the pages to see what happened next. The author does a good job of relaying a lot of historical information without seeming pedantic or boring. The twists and fusion of history and conspiracy theory was fresh, interesting and entertaining.

The description of this book claims the book is like "Indiana Jones meets National Treasure." In my opinion, it's more "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" and "National Treasure: Book of Secrets." In other words, enjoyable and a good read, but not quite as good as the original. (I also find it more helpful for books to be described in relation to other books, not movies.) It's action packed, but I felt it lacked in suspense. Occasionally, I found some of the twists and turns confusing. I thought most of the character development was shallow. The "Epilogue" was just downright awkward and confusing, and could be skipped altogether.

That said, I'd read the next book in this series. I think most of the problems I had with the book are a reflection of the non-fiction background of the author and his fiction writing will improve over time. I look forward to seeing if that's the case.

The Kindle version at $0.99 is a bargain. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
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Armageddon by Frank Fiore introduces us to Jeremy Nash, a professional debunker. In the way that good historical fiction is based on real history, the plot of this fast-paced modern thriller relies on existing myths, legends, and conspiracy theories to give the narrative an engaging reality. An enigmatic letter from a dead grandfather sets Jeremy and his sister Alyson on a quest. Two secretive and fanatical groups will stop at nothing to prevent them finding the relic they seek. The tale is worth reading for the very original theory of what really crashed at Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947.
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