Sunday, April 28, 2013

The Ragnarök Conspiracy by Erec Stebbins

The Ragnarök Conspiracy
by Erec Stebbins

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Erec Stebbins has created an intense story that touches at the very soul of intrigue with very human characters, full of flaws and the baggage of past nightmarish events that drive them to push through the bureaucratic sludge in an attempt to save the world from terrorist devastation. In a race against time, sometimes crossing the lines of “legalities,” FBI agent John Savas, along with his newly formed anti-terrorist team follow a winding trail littered with death and deceit, only to find that these terrorists may be Christians fighting back against Islam. Will he be able to identify and stop this group before they unleash the ultimate weapon of destruction on the world? Could the U. S. government be so blind as not to notice missing bombs? Throughout it all, there is one person who believes in John and risks not only her career, but her life, all while saving John from his own self-destructive ways.

The Ragnarok Conspiracy is full of intrigue, danger, and fast-paced action with a touch of romance and even some ancient runes that played so well into the plot! Erec Stebbins has created a cast of characters who are believably crafted and well-defined. His world building put me in the moment with the characters, I felt their frustrations and their drives to do what they do. I definitely look forward to more from this author! If you are looking for an intense read that feels too real to be fiction, this is for you!



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