Monday, October 17, 2011
This is one of the books in the blogger contest. Check out my Christmas contest page for instructions on how to win this and many other books.
Throw a missing archeological team, a plague type virus, a clandestine part of the CIA and unrest in the middle east all together and you get an espionage thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seats.
I don't normally read books this complex and detailed. I'm also not a fan of war/politic books. But I thought I'd give Pandora's Grave a try. Wow! I'm so glad I did. The book is complex and detailed, but in a way that I felt helpful and not overwhelming. The story was well written and had me glued from the very first paragraph. The author obviously knows his stuff. The twists in the book kept coming. And on the very last page when I thought the book has been wrapped up, I was thrown another twist. I am so glad this book is the first in a series. Because I will definitely be reading the rest!
I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review.