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Deep in the heart of the Congo, a dangerous secret has been hidden from humanity for its protection. A secret linked to something so unjust that it has haunted the human race from the start of religion, and still exists today. If discovered, the veil of hope humanity holds so dear will be torn down and thrown away. Life will literally become worthless.
There is also a dangerous artifact hidden along with the secret, one that claims to hold the power of resurrection. If this power falls into the wrong hands, there will be no stopping whoever wields the ancient item.
Jack and Calvin fly into the dangerous jungles of Africa to find the dangerous artifact and soon discover their biggest adversary, the clandestine organization called the Bene Elohim, is also searching for the relic. As they seek out an old man living somewhere along the Congo River that supposedly has knowledge that will help them find the artifact, a mysterious teenage boy abducts Jack. With a machete in each hand and only a direction to follow, Calvin runs off into the jungle in hot pursuit, both arms swinging! Will Calvin save Jack? Do they find the artifact and face destroying the only hope mankind has left?
The Harrowing of Hell, the second adventure in the Jack Elliot Thriller series, is sure to deliver fast-paced, thrilling action and adventure that isn't laced with guns, bombs, and nuclear genocide - but loaded with mind bombs that'll have you thinking twice! It's brilliantly plotted, full of twists, and its feet are fully submerged in suspense.
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By cosmitron on 06-08-18
A different form of Indiana Jones.
Although this story is far from original it is well constructed and is entertaining.The main thanks is to a good performance by the
Narrator.For those lsteners who enjoy this genre you will enjoy this ride.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By ambER on 01-13-18
Tomb Raider/Uncharted video games In Book Form
I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.
This is a book about a band of adventurers who begin to unravel a conspiracy related to Christianity and other world religions. The team obtains knowledge of an ancient story of power and jealousy that began the deep-rooted tension between races. There is a big reveal about the truth of the basis of religion that will leave readers conflicted on a spiritual and social level. It is an ambitious move by Kutzler and I respect his willingness to challenge the reader in an internal and intellectual way.
The plot is fast paced with appropriate lulls and I particularly liked the new characters introduced in this one—one being a strong independent woman with a sharp wit and an even sharper tongue, quick to call the protagonist out on his shenanigans.
The narrator stepped up his game in this installment—which was a complaint of mine about the first book. I have to admit that the narrator is shaping my mental image of the protagonist into someone quirkier than the author likely intended, though this isn’t a complaint by any means. It’s adding more depth to the bold and sassy Jack by giving him a professor-like quality.
The quality of the prose is sound in all areas except for when it begins to describe large-scale chamber oriented “puzzles.” This was reminiscent of puzzles encountered in the video games “Uncharted” and “Tomb Raider.” While these work on screen, they are not entirely suited to be described in great detail with the written word.
Overall I recommend this read—especially to those that enjoy “Indiana Jones,” “Uncharted,” and “Tomb-raider.” Walk in to this prepared for an interesting alternate history that may challenge you on a few levels—religion and spirituality and social constructs being at the forefront.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful