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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!
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This was a great read. I really enjoyed the historical aspect of it.Read more