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During a mission to capture the world’s most wanted terrorist, Arklight’s Spear Team uncovers a forgotten Nazi conspiracy. Through an unexpected supernatural event, they are transported back to 1943 Bizerte, Tunisia, to thwart said conspiracy. While there, they meet the historical figure John Bell and his own team. With their new allies, they devise a plan.
Fast-paced and action-packed, Arklight explores a piece of history I was previously unaware of and inspired me into some research of my own.
One of this novel’s strongest points is in the action sequences. Some are quite long, extending for entire chapters, they still never fail to keep the reader’s attention. With a huge cast of characters, the reader gets to view each situation from a plethora of angles.
The different narrators were also handled excellently. It’s all too easy to get lost in novels that try and juggle so many points of view at once, and Arklight is an example of how to do it correctly.
Overall, I have to award Arklight 4 / 5 stars. It combines elements of time-travel, military history, and action that blend into something unique. Anyone in the mood for a different kind of historical fiction should give Arklight a try!
The author’s own life experiences shine through the picture he paints with words in regards to the characters and their operations. The tactical movements of the team are described in a way that puts you in the action and shows how intimately familiar the author must be with working in a close team environment, and allows the reader a virtual slot in the stack as the characters do their bidding.
The storyline is captivating and I was quite honestly very impressed with how well the different aspects of the story were blended together. The characters are relatable and well developed, and give an honest view of flawed and strong willed individuals coming together to accomplish a team goal for a higher purpose.
The Christian faith of the book is powerful yet subtle. The faith aspect comes across as very real, but doesn’t drown the storyline. Instead it bolsters the characters and gives support to the overall story.
I rarely read books straight through, and I didn’t read this one entirely in one sitting. But it drew me in to the point that as soon as I got a couple of chapters in, I took the first chance I had to finish the book in just a couple of sittings. I genuinely look forward to the follow on books of this series.