(Reviewed by Ishita RC)
Nikki Wright is desperately looking for help for her traumatised brother, who escaped from a detainment camp run by terrorists in Colombia and is now undergoing an extreme case of PTSD.
Or is it really the case?
Her brother is definitely not the same person. But all his paranoia and hallucinations seems to be coming from something. With the help of her ex-boyfriend, Kade Wheaton, another former SEAL, Nikki has to find out what is true from the web of lies. After all, her and Kade’s life, her brother’s sanity and the entire fate of the nation depends on it.
The plot definitely lives up to its name. It has the right mix of drama, action and thrills that keep the reader engrossed. The lead characters are definitely interesting and work well with the plot outline and add an interesting set of dimensions to the plot, thereby amping up the reading experience of the book.
The narration style is quite simple and keeps in mind the genre of the book. I believe this enables the whole getting-lost-in-the-pages feeling. The cover image could have been a little more dramatic, keeping pace with the style of the book, but the title manages to deliver.
I am not a conspiracy fanatic but I definitely love reading books of this nature. I’m definitely recommending it.