Terror Never Sleeps by Richard Blomberg – Book Review

Terror Never Sleeps by Richard Blomberg - Book Review

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Terror Never Sleeps by Richard Blomberg – Book ReviewTerror Never Sleeps on February 15, 2015
Pages: 337
Format: Paperback
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Navy SEAL Jack Gunn's life is turned upside down when a terrorist group kidnaps his family and disappears without a trace. While Jack and his team search frantically for clues in Virginia, his wife Nina struggles to survive daily persecutions halfway around the world.

A military coup, propaganda, dirty bombs, and the launch of Pakistan's nuclear arsenal with one target--Israel--is all part of Rolf El-Hashem's master plan to blow the world back to the eighth century.

From Timbuktu to Diego Garcia to Pakistan, a race against the ultimate deadline unfolds. Jack Gunn must protect his country. Jack Gunn must protect his family. Jack Gunn is running out of time.

My Thoughts

Terror Never Sleeps by Richard Blomberg is the second book in the Jack Gunn Thriller series. I have not read the first book, Warpath, but I felt like this book did a good job of telling the back story and still being able to tell the current story. This is a military thriller that kept me guessing. I felt very invested in the characters and the outcome of this story from the beginning. I found myself looking forward to free moments during my day when I could pick up the book and continue reading. To me, that’s always the sign of a good book.

There were some minor things I didn’t like about the writing style, but overall I enjoyed the story enough to overlook these. I did feel that the story was a bit drawn out in some parts. I really liked that the author included a glossary. It was very helpful and I found myself flipping to it throughout the story. I think without it, I would not have been able to enjoy the story as much. Military thrillers are not books that I normally seek out, but Jack Gunn was a character I really liked and I would like to read more of the books in this series.

Rating Report
Overall: three-half-stars


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