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Graveyard of Empires: The exciting new Ben Hope thriller from the Sunday Times best selling author (Ben Hope, Book 26)

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This is no exception to its predecessors, with an archeological twist to Alexander’s lost city and his hidden treasures. I will give no more details as I don't like spoilers, just enough to say the plot twist ruined it for me , so much so I can only muster a feeble 1 star and a heartfelt sob.

I love this series so I am willing to suspend skepticism and believe that it's possible to run into an old friend in the deserts of Afghanistan. Scott Mariani intertwined history in his books in such a skilful manner, keeping it as realistic as possible without it turning into the fantasy genre as it often happens with way too daring subjects (e. The second half of the book leaves you hanging at the end of each chapter to find out what happens next and this makes the book unputdownable. Wolf has his own agenda but both men know the conditions they face may prove as lethal as their enemies. With no rules and few friends, Hope will have to tap into all his skills while staying as quiet as possible if he hopes to leave the country alive,.

At last, with the blood-red colours of sunset filling the eastern sky, they rolled to a halt at their destination. Who is the mysterious ‘Spartan’ that the British officials are so desperate to extract from behind enemy lines? Wolf has come to Afghanistan with his own agenda and knows as well as Ben that the conditions they face may prove as lethal as their enemies.

g. Atlantis, Excalibur and so forth, these topics almost always resemble more fantasy than a thriller). I wasn’t a fan of this one though: I felt the plot were rushed, chance encounters and occurrences were used as a plot device too often and the twist wasn’t very good. To access your ebook(s) after purchasing, you can download the free Glose app or read instantly on your browser by logging into Glose. I absolutely love all the Ben Hope novels, it's always such a pleasure and an entertainment at the same time. The mission will take Ben back to a place he thought was firmly in his past, back to someone he can never leave behind – and back to some old comrades.The baddies always cop it, Ben always gets at least one bullet graze and as always, his moral compass puts Jesus Christ himself to shame.

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