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The books is very well polished. There is no confusing dialog and I didn't see any glaring issues with the timeline or grammar. If the author had not contacted me with a gift copy of this book, I would not never guessed it was independently published. Well done, Mr. Talbot.
Where this books shines and shines brightly is in character development. By the end of this novel, I felt like I knew Jack and why he was driven. All of the characters have such rich personalities, yet each very distinctive. None of them ran together for me. I also liked that while this appears to be a first in a planned series, it was a complete story. No big cliffhangers, but just enough of a tease to make me look forward to reading the next one.
The only real problem I had with this book was how the fast forward of time occurred. While the author handled it well, it felt a little too "dumped". Like "okay, let's stop here and just pick right up - the readers will have to fend for themselves." However, I'm not sure if it was entirely a bad thing because it did make the big shock an even bigger shocker. I'm a bit torn on that one.
Overall, I love conspiracy theories and while this one was a bit far-fetched (too far reaching), I am still half convinced it's true ;)
I would recommend this book to those who like a good suspense reader as well as light SciFi fans.
From this vision of Hell on Earth, the story begins on the day we landed on the moon in July, 1969. As the world is transfixed by Neil Armstrong's "one small step," a cabal of shadowy power-brokers, wealthy businessmen and elite government officials are meeting in secret to discuss their on-going plans for a true new world order that will rise in the coming years.
Tabloid reporter Jack Crowley blindly stumbles onto a piece of this plot through a meeting with a NASA scientist who conveniently dies right after telling Jack his story of cover-ups and the mysterious death of a colleague. As Jack investigates the scientist's story, he keeps running into brick walls -- someone is definitely trying to stop him at all costs. And these obstacles only make Jack more determined to uncover the truth. As he investigates, Jack is joined by a motley group of people as curious as he is, including a Washington, D.C. policeman, the dead scientist's daughter and his Uncle Tony.
What follows is a tangled web of conspiracy, murders, and government cover-ups spanning decades. Some of the threads in this web include the JFK assassination, Nixon's disgrace, Elvis' death and Monica Lewinsky. Outrageous? Totally. But the authors somehow weave these threads into a tightly engrossing thriller you can't put down.
This is a thriller unlike any other I've read. The characters are so well drawn and the plot elements, though incredible, are so well connected that this reader willingly suspended my disbelief in order to be completely entertained. I loved it.
Real characters mixed with ficticious characters to create a story of intrigue, suspense, and nonstop action. Real characters were placed in the context of true events but a back story was often created for them that changed the entire meaning of the events in which they were involved. Conspiracy theories usually annoy me, my personal feeling being that they often create more fear and division than is necessary. But using them in the framework of a novel like this was fascinating and frequently thought-provoking. I definately recommend picking this book up and giving it a read!
Conspiracy theories abound these days. People have come to believe that not much is as it seems, and there is always a hidden agenda, cause or cover up behind every major event. And maybe there is. It is an information age, but the information that we hear and read about is often tinged by someone's opinion, beliefs or even their perspective of the events they report. So even though this book is fiction, the fact is, we all must have a moment when we believe it could actually be happening, just as Talbot tells the story.
It is easy to get caught up in this book, and it is one of the ones that I would pick up every chance I got. Anxious to find out what happens next, but not really wanting it to end. Great story! I recommend it.
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