Secrets by John Callas

Title: Secrets
Author: John Callas
Genre: Science Fiction
Pages: 287
Publisher: Fountain Blue Publishing
Publication Date: March 14, 2015
My Rating: 4⭐

Secrets is a story about the fight for right against wrong, about futuristic espionage and warfare. The cartel is experimenting with something which will dismantle the existence of humanity from the Earth.

“A secret agent hunts down a Nazi cartel bent on controlling the world while on a lifelong quest to find out the truth behind his parents’ assassination. Recruited into a black op group by Christina, a beautiful and intelligent agent, they embark on a mission filled with deceit, lies, and distrust, and that is only the beginning. In this book, you will find Nazi secrets that survive into the 21st century, futuristic espionage and warfare, and a family secret that defies prediction. A suspense, espionage, conspiracy theory, and love story that journeys from Nazi Germany to present day New York, the ocean depths to a Lunar Space Station, the North Pole to a Beach in Fiji, where the story doesn’t stop.”

It is an emotional rollercoaster with lots of unpredictable twists. It has everything from love and action to humour and terror. It kept me hooked since the initial pages.

It literally takes you to the moon and back.
There are lots of characters in the story which confused me at some points.
Nonetheless, it is by far one of the best books I have read this year.

Any further description about the greatness of this book will end up in me giving spoilers. (I would never want to spoil any book for the readers.)

There were some loose ends in the novel making it capable of having a sequel.
And the good news is that it is going to have a sequel soon!!

Till then Happy Reading!!

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