Synopsis -(from Amazon)
It’s the early 1990’s. The newly elected president learns that the CIA has a dirty secret that they’ve kept hidden from and the military. The agency has developed a secret weapon called The God Project that would give them the power to conquer a nation…but somehow they’ve lost it. The President signs Malcom Keyes, a speechwriter who remembers everything he sees and hears, to uncover the conspiracy and find the weapon before the CIA, or a rival government, does and get the ‘God-like” power to control the world.
Available from: Amazon
- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 3433 KB
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Brash Books (2 Feb 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00P6NDRM
What do I think?
Sorry, but I could not finish this book.
This is probably a great book but I couldn’t read it. It is well written with the promise of a great story, BUT, and here is where it was not great for me: – it is an intricate tale woven through with American Politics (with a capital ‘P’) and politics is just not my thing. The SciFi part, having snuck a peak further on was something I would have enjoyed, but the Politics which is an integral part of the plot was overwhelming, which needs to be absorbed to feel the apprehension of what was going to happen and I just couldn’t.
Having only read relatively short portion of it I need to quantify that it was not my style of reading – simple as that.
I am grateful to the Publisher via NetGalley to have given me an opportunity to look at this book.