Author – Sue Joslin
Genre – Mystery, Suspense, Thriller
236 Amazon Pages
Rating 5 stars out of 5
No. 27 - 2018
My Impressions: betrayal, revenge, personal awakening, violent,
Nasir Abdul Baith – fighter for The People's Army of Shariah
Tarig – Nasir's step brother, fighter for the People's Army of Shariah, with ambitions of world power.
David Munro – United States of America President, a crooked, power hungry elitist.
David Melville - British Prime Minister, another crooked, power hungry, elitist.
Masters and Marionettes begins in the deserts of Saudi Arabia as The Peoples Army of Shariah destroy a giant field of solar panels. The story is set several decades in the future after the use of all forms of fossil fuel has been outlawed worldwide. The president of the United States is attempting to consolidate his power by controlling all electrical generation worldwide. He will then be in a position to force other nations to do as he dictates or return to the dark ages.
Bombmaker Nasir Abdul Baith escapes torture when he's caught after the destruction in Arabia. He then starts a dangerous and exciting clandestine journey to reach England.
A group of young Muslim college students are radicalized by Tarig to become a terrorist cell and pledge their lives and death to Allah.
The story is rife with betrayal and hidden motives.
I enjoyed Masters and Marionettes and highly recommend it.
The editing and sentence structure are good and character development is thorough for the main characters.
Details are plentiful.
The plot of Master's and Marionettes is fresh with a twisted ending.
The writing style flows well and held my interest.
This review was provided in exchange for a free book.
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