Eves Of Destruction

Eves Of Destruction An FBI Counter Terrorism team operating in Afghanistan and embedded at a US Army Ranger outpost is ambushed One survivor a veteran agent named Casey Jennings endures a brutal run for survival from t

  • Title: Eves Of Destruction
  • Author: Roy Berelowitz
  • ISBN: 9781439255933
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Paperback
  • An FBI Counter Terrorism team operating in Afghanistan and embedded at a US Army Ranger outpost is ambushed One survivor, a veteran agent named Casey Jennings, endures a brutal run for survival from the Taliban Before reaching safety, she makes a shocking discovery, the magnitude of which is not immediately apparent Unusual circumstances bring Casey together with a retiAn FBI Counter Terrorism team operating in Afghanistan and embedded at a US Army Ranger outpost is ambushed One survivor, a veteran agent named Casey Jennings, endures a brutal run for survival from the Taliban Before reaching safety, she makes a shocking discovery, the magnitude of which is not immediately apparent Unusual circumstances bring Casey together with a retired KGB officer into an awkward alliance as they struggle to stop another rogue KGB agent from activating an old Soviet plot Casey is initially reluctant to work with the retired agent, but when he reveals a personal motivation for stopping his former colleague, they develop a common bond In the tradition of Ludlum and Forsyth, Eves of Destruction takes the reader on a rollercoaster ride of action and suspense in Afghanistan, Rome and London and finally to San Francisco where the retired KGB agent, the FBI and the police work desperately to prevent a massive terrorist attack on a American institution.

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    1. A friend loaned me this book and I don't know whether to thank her or curse her. I'll probably do a little of both.I was absolutely terrified reading this. It was literally heart pounding, even now while I'm writing this review. The situation was so plausible and feeds into our current fears of terrorism. This of course is the goal of terrorists. The absolute abuse and disregard for human life portrayed by all the parties involved is no exaggeration and not exclusive to terrorists. The main char [...]

    2. Sounds like an antiwar hit single from the 1960s, right? As I'm reading this book, about 2/3s of the way finished now, I can't stop thinking that this could be a pretty good movie. Sandra Bullock could be the lead. Maybe I should finish it first before I go any further with my casting.Done.So, has the CIA or KGB even done anything like this? Something to think about. Read the book if you want to know what I'm referring to. Here's a hint. They've proven that some of the terrorists bombings in Afg [...]

    3. I found this to have something of the curate's egg about it. A lot of the writing flowed nicely but in places a stronger edit would have helped. Here and there are clusters of unnecessary adverbs, slowly seems to be a favourite: eighteen times in Chap One alone. Adverbs are necessary and useful but not when the reader actually notices their repetition.Characterisation was a shade shallow and I have the feeling that this owed more to the episodic nature of Vladimir, Al Rahman and Casey's appearan [...]

    4. After a harrowing escape from an ambush in Afghanistan, FBI Casey Jennings finds herself assigned to a taskforce to locate a rogue soviet ex secret agent who has stumbled on an old cold war plot and sells it to a very dangerous Al Qaeda agent. It seems that back in the cold war days the KGB developed a plan to take athletes, young women, who had because of over use of steroids develop hip problems and replace the hips with artificial joints loaded with explosives and set to be triggered remotely [...]

    5. I must admit that I read the book because it is a free e-book on kindle store. The review was good so decided to read it.This definitely is a page turner, I completed the book in one reading. At some stages you can very well feel boring but that can be ignored as the overall plot keeps you motivated to read through the entire story.The story is very well written I must say, the characters are well defined. Overall a very good read indeed. Thanks Roy for the wonderful book!

    6. A scary conceptIn the world of conspiracies, this is one of the most frightening. It is a proven fact that the Soviet Union has used steroids sand set up special facilities and programs. In the novel,there were a couple of times their were inconsistencies that should have been caught in editing.

    7. A woman with a bombA story about a mad man and his supply of women with bombs. He uses the women to sale to another man for money. They then start to terrorize the country. The Russians agent and the FBI must stop them. Then the bombs start.

    8. Interesting story line. Realistic action, plenty of Insight into the challenges law enforcement faces, making the tough decisions without all the information .

    9. Great read!!Really enjoyed this book! Unexpected twists and turns keep the reader very engaged. Also, good and real characters add to this terrific novel! Recommended!!

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