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Publisher's Summary

A fanatical terrorist has visions of the Islamic Mahdi commanding him to begin the Apocalypse and bring about the End of Days. An ancient brotherhood of assassins hidden for centuries reappears to murder and ignite the fires of war. A truck carrying a terrible weapon leaves Sudan for the lawless mountains of Algeria and an unknown destination.
Director Elizabeth Harker of the Project sends Nick Carter and Selena Connorto to the burning wastelands of Western Africa, the back streets of San Diego and the bitter mountains of the Hindu Kush, before a final confrontation that will decide the future of Western civilization.
©2012 Alex Lukeman (P)2013 Alex Lukeman
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4 out of 5 stars
By Teresa on 02-03-15

The Seventh Pillar

I’ve listened to book three and book six in the series, the other being “The Nostradamus Files” and I really like them both. They can be listened to as stand alone audiobooks but I would like to listen to the whole series. The stories are good and adventurous and easy to follow.

The British Foreign Secretary is found assassinated in London with a sign on him, an ambigram in Arabic writing. This begins Nick Carter and Selena Conner’s journey through the rough terrain of the Sahara desert. They’re sent to Timbuktu in Western Africa where they encounter a terror cell while searching for hidden artifacts in a cave in the Algerian mountains. They find much more than they intended after being warned in advance by a few people aren’t who they appear to be.

I like these books because they stay with the subject. They’re interesting and keep the listener’s attention with some good twists, good plots, and likeable characters. There’s no deep involvement but rather, exciting perils. I would recommend any of these books for a good conspiracy adventure.

About the narrator: Jack de Golia is perfect in these books. He has a good middle of the road sound. He’s able to differentiate the character’s voices so that the listener always knows whose speaking. He also keeps the story moving at a steady pace.

Audiobook gifted in exchange for review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 05-28-17

Action And Suspense Throughout

Alex Lukeman has a hit on his hands with this series. Fascinating deductive reasoning is the way this team works and their skills are unparalleled. Don't miss this series.

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