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Book Review of Black Order (Sigma Force, Bk 3)

Black Order (Sigma Force, Bk 3)
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Helpful Score: 5

Rating: 4/5

This is a really cool book. At first you will think it is another Dan Brown/James Patterson conspiracy, throw-away thriller, but it is actually pretty neat. It combines all the satisfying melodrama of people living on the edge always trying to stay one step ahead of certain doom, with far less plot holes and unconvincing character development.

This book is about some scientist's crazy technology he invented back in WWII Nazi Germany, and everyone wants to know what going on with it. It's one of those run all over the world chasing three different lines of narration type stories. But interesting, fun and unbelievable in the "that's impossible" kind of way, as opposed to the "this plot makes no sense" kind.

Just as fun to read as the normal NYT Bestseller trash, but by a slightly more competent writer.

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