Review: Horus by Eric C. Anderson

Horus (New Caliphate Trilogy #3)

Synopsis:

RECOVERING FROM THE LAST ROUND OF TERROR–AN EXHAUSTED U. S. PRESIDENT DEALS WITH THE SPECTER OF NUCLEAR HORROR.

HORUS ends the thrilling “New Caliphate” trilogy, which began with OSIRIS and ANUBIS, where megalomaniacs battled zealots and America was caught in the crossfire.

U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant More and U.S. Army Special Forces Major Faheem hoped to never see one other again. But, warlords and fanatics on the march in the Middle East have no regard for others.

With ISIS on its heels and the Caliph on the run, Turkish strongman Recep Erdogan revives the Ottoman Empire. The Kurds refuse to get out of his way. Poison gas in play, the jihadi have set Europe aflame, and cyber-criminal ODIN has found his way to a keyboard. More and Faheem discover that North Korean has sold cruise missiles to terrorists. Can they stop these madmen before mushroom clouds light up the world?

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Horus by Eric C. Anderson is one epic novel. I cannot believe the author is gone. I have just know come across one of his books, Horus. Horus is a futuristic crime fiction thriller. It’s action-packed. Danger escalates the further I read. War id a deadly scenario and never something one wants to endure. In this read, I was taken deeply into a war within other wars. So many players and so much at stake. The writing was superb and kept my attention throughout the book. It was obvious that this talented writer used his knowledge of military in  order to build this series. Horror, dread, and crazy realistic events kept me entertained.

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