Sunday, January 24, 2016

Book "The Wind Guardian" by Frank Scozzari

About the book: The ultimate threats facing United States come to life in Frank Scozzari's fast-paced thriller. With the help of an inside man, a group of determined terrorists siege a nuclear power plant, intending to spread radiation and wreak destruction into the world.
The only thing standing in their way are two misfit security guards, who return to their posts and realize what is happening in the power plant. The two soon find themselves in a battle against time and odds, as the terrorists facing them will stop at nothing to accomplish their goals.
Frank Scozzari's The Wind Guardian is an action-packed thriller that exposes the vulnerability of a terrorist attack on one of our nation's nuclear power plants from an insider’s perspective.

About the Author: Frank Scozzari is an American novelist and screenwriter. A four-time Pushcart Prize nominee, his short stories have been widely anthologized and featured in literary theater.

My review: Forget about James Patterson, David Baldacci or John Grisham. If you are looking for a very well written thriller that will keep you reading on the edge of your chair, look no farther. This book is what you are looking for. An incredible plot developed in full details, very credible. The author developed the characters in a way that make us cheering for our heroes on every turn of pages. This would make an incredible Hollywood movie. Plot is simple and yet involving. A terrorist attack is planned with inside help on a nuclear power plant, and the only people in the way of a major disaster are two security officers (Cameron and Grace) that, at the moment when the attack started, were out of their posts, for a good reason.
Excellent work, I recommend this book to the permanent library of any reader in search for a thriller that will keep them entertained for hours.
I received this book from the author for reviewing and I was not requested to post a positive review. Opinion expressed here is my own.

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