July 4th weekend, New York City: As thousands of holiday travelers make their way out of Manhattan, a flawlessly executed terrorist attack plunges the city into a maelstrom of panic and death. Amid the chaos, an elite team of foreign operatives is systematically searching for one of their own, a man so powerful that the US government refuses to admit he even exists and will do anything to keep him hidden. Now, with the world's deadliest enemy upon America's doorstep, counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath must fight his way through the burning city streets to take down an invisible terrorist mastermind with the means to unleash hell on a global scale.
©2006 Brad Thor (P)2006 Simon & Schuster, Inc.
book one. Lions at Lucerne almost lost me but the books just keep getting better.
Truly my mind was blown by this amazing story. It took me sometime due to other obligations, but once I had restarted I could not stop. The twist and turns were exciting.
As always, Thor puts out a solid story with enough realities to make the book real. Cannot wait to start the next one!
Action packed and holds the reader spell bound
Held my attention all the way through
The only thing I didn't like about the book, I couldn't put it down, really messed with my sleep..
I've really enjoyed Thor's other novels, but this one was, by far, the best yet! I couldn't stop listening and finished it in one listen. Fantastic job!
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