Dr. Michael Sieff and Dr. Thomas Hamilton have stumbled onto a finding so astonishing that it could reshape the political and religious boundaries of the world.
Hidden in a cave in Hebron, Israel, they find an ancient scroll that gives evidence of a substance so powerful, it gave the Biblical strongman Samson his great strength.
In the quest to uncover this powerful secret, they run into two other groups who also know of its existence. The first is a group of protectors chosen each generation to keep the ancient secret and use it when the moment is ready. The second is a ruthless Palestinian ruler who wants to use it to create an invincible army for Allah to purge the world of infidels and bring it under his control.
Joined by an unlikely ally, Sieff and Hamilton travel the globe, dodge bullets, endure betrayal, and ultimately have to confront the most powerful enemy that this world has seen in ages. Facing unimaginable odds, they are the only two standing between freedom and conquest of the world.
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Interesting concept - poor execution
I think this is a first novel for the author. Prose were halting, predictable and at times downright painful. I couldn't get past how poorly the story was written, at times groaning out loud from how cliché and adolescent the narrative was.
Narration was robotic and awful. Not sure what accents narrator was doing, but they certainly weren't close to being Israeli. Accents aside, no performance value - my Garmin could have done a better reading.
Robotic- didn't even have a logical or natural cadence to his recitation. Accents were embarrassingly awful. Just bad.
Seriously- so many! Tom being on the lamb was not fleshed out or believable- cut it not necessary. Interactions with students and other teacher at beginning are not needed. The three month hiatus for seeds to grow? Really? Life was just peachy for three months? Too many threads not tied off or fleshed out. Really interesting concept - but just so poorly executed.
Was this self published and self produced? Would ask for my money back if I could.
Kept me listening...and coming back for more.