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Trojan by David L. Wallace

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Trojan: The Enemy Within

Genre: Thriller/Suspense
Number of Pages: 327
Publication Date: February 22, 2016
Rating: 5-star-review
Themes: Loyalty, Trust, Honesty, Family/Love
To Purchase the Book, Click: Trojan: The Enemy Within on OBC Bookshelves

downloadVictor Walker mans the White House Defense Armament Systems. His job is to make sure America is protected by keeping the defense system up and running. However, when a breach in the systems occur, a complete meltdown is its aftermath.

All fingers point to Victor as the potential mole, the Trojan, in the threat against the United Stated. Now, Victor must find the actual culprit to clear his name and attempt to ensure the safety of his family and America.


my-thoughts

Wow! This read was not at all what I expected it to be. I tend to shy away from books and movies/shows that involve too much political talk, as I more often than not become somewhat bored and/or confused. However, this read was more than some story about the White House and President, it was a thrilling and chilling ride that I finished within two sittings.

The characters are developed well, but what really soars is the plot. There is never a dull moment in this thriller. The first order of events happens quickly and I became hooked. There were times when I gasped, closed my eyes, and held my breath. From the moment when an important figure is assassinated, to the travesties that cities endure, to the impending major threats, my mind is still blown away.

But what makes this such a suspenseful and unforgettable read is how realistic it seems. To take such a topic as the defense systems in the U.S. is compromised and therefore the country is left vulnerable is something that not many want to picture or even think about.

I did have a bit of a problem when acronyms were used or technical procedures were discussed. This is mainly because I am not too tech savvy and if I’m not exposed to acronym a few times, then I tend to not remember its meaning. However, it really didn’t deter from my enjoyment of this read, and I’m happy that I picked it up!

As a warning: There are explicit scenes of violence, murder, and destruction.


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Yes, I would. To those who enjoy thrillers and who have a strong stomach for some disturbing scenes.

I received this eBook from OnlineBookClub in exchange for an honest review.

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