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Set in the north of England farming community and London, The Trojan Project grabs the reader from page one with an unnatural disaster so terrifying it actually gave me nightmares. This is a superlative "What If" scenario of the highest order that never relents throughout and this reader was simply swept away by the author's brilliance at upping the ante with each chapter.
Sarah and her children survive the disaster but she is shocked to discover her whole community dead or dying of horrific injuries that defy logic and understanding. She goes for help and this is where the thrills race off at breakneck speed as something far more evil arrives in her small town. Sarah is beside herself not knowing what has happened to her husband Pete and is desperate to find him, but sinister forces are at work to stop her at every turn. And there are so many twists and turns to keep avid readers of thrillers gripping this book with white knuckles.
So without a doubt this FIVE STAR conspiracy thriller is very highly recommended and a must read for all lovers of conspiracies.
When you start reading, all sorts of weird and wonderful scenarios go through your mind and the scary truth is revealed fairly early in the book. Don't worry, I won't spoil it for you, but it was not what I was expecting.
A few survivors manage to escape the toxic mist and are hunted down like fugitives by the culprits.
I found the characters well-written and engaging. A dastardly villain is revealed to add to the tension and sends minions out to capture the survivors before they can reach London and alert the authorities. Will the goodies reach safety, or will they be caught and the secret lost forever?
The novel is well-written and reminded me of Stephen King and the late Tom Clancy. Well done to the author and I look forward to reading more of her works.
Recommended for adult readers. Rating 5 stars * * * * *
The heroine in The Trojan Project is a city girl, Sarah, who married Peter, a farmer, and moved to the farm to live with him. Two children later---all the while happily married---her husband leaves on a normal day's work to tend sheep. At usual supper time Peter has not returned, nor later at bedtime. Although the children are all nestled and snug in their beds, Pete is nowhere to be seen. But a large semicircle of blinding blue light does show behind the hill where Pete is tending sheep. Then the light disappears and an orange fog creeps over that hill and down into the valley below another hill on which Pete's house stands.
When morning comes, Sarah discovers that every living thing the cloud has touched not only dies, but their flesh melts like wax in intense heat. Not only that, but any living creature---including people---that touches the pool of a melted body suffers the same fate.
While this seems to predict a horror story, the horror turns out to be the government who wants to cover up this incident. Even to the point of killing them and disposing of their bodies by making them touch the putrefying pool of melted body matter.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Trojan Project sags a little bit under too much detail in the middle sections, but it does pick up nicely at the end though the bad guys were a little too unbelievable to make... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I really like the premise of this story. It definitely starts off grabbing your attention. Sarah finds herself on the run, not only to protect her children but find her missing... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Maggie Thom
I'm sorry. I tried to finish the book, but couldn't, and I enjoy these types of stories. I have to say that it's well written. But the book couldn't sustain my interest. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sandra L Smith
What a thrill ride. I could almost "SEE" the action and horror. LOVED IT!Published 10 months ago by MsDawn
Once started I could not put it down till I had finished it. The Author certainly kept my interest in the subject. A lot of thought and imagination was used. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sheri Jensen
While this story is not very technical, it is interesting. A bit predictable too.. scorned ex and all that. Enjoy it, I did.Published 10 months ago by Amy M
A forecast of something menacing and wicked is to come as a bizarre light upsurges behind Cheviot hills. It twists and turns as it rises in the sky. Read morePublished 11 months ago by VMLM
The characters in this book seem to all speak in complete sentences from a lower levek gramnar textbook, with vocabularies totally out of sync with the charcters. Read morePublished 12 months ago by donald a walter
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