The books tells us about a retired police officer Cameron Ritcher who runs his own PI unit. A partner of his died mysteriously and he ventured out to unveil the truth behind his partner’s demise. Unaware of the greater danger behind his colleagues death, Cam comes across a major nuclear powerplant company. On the course of finding out the reason for his partners death, Cam drives himself to unimaginable danger that would include an entire powerplant exploding possibly triggering another revolution, even another World War.
My synopsis may sound thriliing but actually the book was a complete bore… Reading it was almost an agony. But I always finish what I read so I pained my way through the book. The story was good however the way it was written is too vague, or maybe too complex for a person like me who has no idea whatsoever with Nuclear Physics and Radioactive Particles and Molecules or whatever branch of science that is. The book was more like a textbook infused in a novel.
It was written by a former law enforcer anyway and sadly I can sense some racism in there and a vivid hatred to Muslims essentially rooting from the Sep11 incident. He portrayed Russians as tyrant-loving and throat-cutting people and described Muslim jihadis like terrorists and in all terrible ways possible.
Well, I do not recommend this book that is all. And oh, the ending was bad too.
Sometime in your life there will come a point where you have to choose. Where you have to sacrifice something because you just can’t have everything. It’s not because you’re selfish but it’s because that’s life, and life was never fair to begin with.
I could write an entire book talking about my love for you. But I know it wouldn’t be enough to tell how much I do.
I never loved anyone like I loved you. It’s the greatest feeling I’ve ever felt but also the most frightening. It’s unbelievable how much I could love someone but it scares me that anytime I could have my heart broken and maybe I can’t survive it this time.
“You couldn’t fall of the floor. Eventually you have to get up and dust yourself off.” - Tessa
The story is now a mix up between the GBI police detective Will Trent and the local county detective Lena Adams. Of course in the middle of it all is Dr. Sara Linton. A local college suicide-turn-out-homicide case made the two detectives featured on two different KS crime series come together. Dr. Sara Linton, a former doctor of one of the victims is spiralled into the case. Lies, deceit and pretenses shroud the truth behind a series of related murders.
This is my last KS novel on hand. Which means I’d have to go out and raid every booksales in town to look for anothe one. The book was nice but with a little less number of characters than how I would want. As usual KS has the power to write novels of beyond complex. If you are a fan of crime and suspense novels like me then start visiting the nearest bookstores.
After a month of reading Crime and suspense novels, maybe I’ll go and read some fantasy, teenage novels. Or maybe a few more crime novels written by different authors. Eitherway, I want to read more, so yeah.
This waiting game is unnecessarily stretching out for far too long. I’m growing tired of my options. I thought about looking for jobs. I have staggering qualifications and credentials. I can get any job I want, both in private and government firms and institutions. I guess I feel like I’m not ready yet. I still hve to go to school and learn more.
I can just do office works or practice in hospitals and gain enough experience so I can migrate somewhere greener but no, I want satisfaction in my job not just money.
Oh well, nothing I can do at the moment but wait. Everybody and everything just wants to play hard-to-get.