by Kris Bryant
The book starts strong with drama and tension. However it fades in the middle making the reading tough work.
Is it worth the pushing through to the predictable ending? Some will say yes, others like me believe it needs a bit more editing and some more tension.
The story line follows a plane crash that pulls together two women directly involved in the crash. There is little tension of any description.
by Ali Vali
Slow to build tension, with a confused story line.
The story line is rough, lacking the cohesion required to make it a free flowing novel. It also seems confused and wanders along a predictable path.
The characters are confusing at best and lack a depth to them.
Commander Berkley Levine and Captain Aidan Sullivan might have a life together if they survive the next mission. They’re undercover hunting down a treasonous ex-vice president and the militia he’s assembled to topple the US government, and the twisting trail grows deadlier at every turn. After an assassination and numerous attacks that could only have happened with inside help, they don’t know who they can trust, and the future looks darker than ever.
Heath writes reviews regularly for newspapers and magazines.