I was really interested in getting into this because of the almost legendary reputation of the Israeli spy system. On an entertainment level I've read a ton of books where the Mossad seems to know everything or seen in movies like WWZ where they begin building an anti zombie wall years because of everyone else because of their Tenth man policy. What I didn't realise it that not all of this is fiction. In 1973-1974, Israel Military Intelligence established a Control Unit that
Rob won the 3rd SPFBO that Mark Lawrence runs and though I’ve not yet read Where Loyalites Lie, the book that won him that prestigious accolade, Never Die has a cover that reached out to me and a story that demanded I read it as soon as I could. Let me start by saying Never Die is an incredibly fun and entertaining book. A small boy must kill four legendary heroes and then resurrect and bind them to him so they will kill a man who has brought death and violence to the lands.
The Test by Sylvain Neuvel is a frightening look at the future of immigration tests from the man that brought us the amazing Themis Files. Idir is a man hoping for a visa, if he passes his entire family qualifies and as a decent and kind hearted man he feels the odds are in his favour. It’s a battle of wits but he has no idea that the answers his gives will determine who lives and who will be dead. It reminded me of some of Stephen King's early work, specifically The Running
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