The Homelanders are attacking–and it’s Charlie’s last chance to stop them.
Charlie West was an ordinary high school kid who went to bed one night and woke up in the clutches of terrorists and wanted by the police for murder. He also woke up with no memory of the events of the last year.
His memory is returning now and has brought the terrible realization that he knows when the terrorists are going to strike next.
Whatever it takes, Charlie knows he can’t give in or give up until they’re stopped . . . even when the final hour is ticking away.
This is book four in the series. If you have not read any of the prior books, let me warn you that this book does not stand well on its own. You really need to read the prior ones in order to understand much of what is going on.
That being said, this was a great book. There was tons of action going on. However, I did feel that the book had become somewhat predictable. After having read the first three, I could see where the author was going. So there weren’t enough twists and turns in the plot to really keep me interested to the point of not being able to put the book down.
Add to that the fact that they labeled the terrorists as being from a specific religion. I don’t like when books try to pit one religion against each other. That is not teaching us to love everyone equally nor teaching us to love our neighbor.
Once I got over those two main irks, the book was a decent book.
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