Saturday, October 10, 2015

Review: Inferno by Frederick Lee Brooke

When 19-year-old Matt Carney saved his girlfriend, Raine, from the crossfire between the government’s increasingly ruthless Homeland Security and March22—a terrorist group taking steps to strike a new, legitimate path—he thought his work was done. 

Was he ever wrong.

Kidnapped by the brutal Dark Fiber militia, Matt is shocked to discover he’s been betrayed by those he trusted most. Stranded in an isolated location in the middle of Michigan, far away from the girl he fought so hard to regain, Matt is made March22’s point man in a plot to get control over a cache of thousands of stolen ground-to-air missiles. As time runs out, he’s their last—and best—hope of sparing the country of a heinous attack on commercial aviation that could quickly turn the United States into a permanent war zone. 

In this action-packed, explosive follow-up to "Saving Raine," the first book in Frederick Lee Brooke’s "The Drone Wars," Matt Carney finds himself at the center of a firestorm of stolen missiles, stolen drones, and stolen dirty nukes, tormented by stinging betrayals, clinging to a last hope for love. Sure, he was able to save Raine—but as the inferno rages around him, can he find a way to save the country from further violent chaos…and a way to save himself?

My Thoughts:
This is book 2 of the Drone Wars. You need to read Saving Raine first. I liked the first book, but I thought this one was a little better. Matt is now a part of March22 and is on a mission for them. This is fast-paced with plenty of politics, action, and betrayal.

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !!
Language, rape.

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