Two engineers find themselves in the middle of a terrorist attack and it sends them spiraling down a path they would have otherwise avoided.
This was a book that captured my attention, I followed the plot hoping for a happy ending and praying that the ruthless bad guys would be stopped. The author covers alot of ground in this book that would be of interest to many, from terrorists motivations and their demented (often simple) way of thinking, intelligence ops and recruitment, International affairs, SAS/special force and even to a small degree Laser Tag training. It was evident that the author did his research and he was able to incorporate realistic strategies and tactics into a fictitious story.
I found the two main characters; George and Matt, to be a little over the top at first. They were somewhat flippant and sarcastic in their demeanor and they showed characteristics that I thought would work against them under such circumstances. However, their courage and belief system made up for what they lacked in diplomacy and over time they grew on me. I gave them them the benefit of the doubt by the end of the book.
If you like non-stop action and enjoy a classic battle of good vs evil, then this is the book for you.