World War 2 is over and the lines of power are being redrawn. The Middle East is poised to become the world’s oil supplier, and a handful of people are positioning to control the market. Will the Sentinels be able to expose the plot and raise enough international political and financial support to stop the evil?
Filled with political intrigue and a fascinating plot, this book should be a masterpiece. However, it reads more like a documentary than a novel, and as much as I like to read and hate to not finish a book I’ve started, this one challenged my attention span to the limit. I wanted so much to like it and kept pushing myself to become immersed in the story, but it just isn’t an attention keeper. I did force myself to finish it because I really wanted to like this book. All of the elements are there – interesting characters, locale, international politics, nefarious activity – but it just doesn’t come together.
If you are interested in the subject matter, by all means, read the book; but if you are looking for a well-written, attention-keeping novel, I can’t recommend this one. And it hurts me to say so. Did I mention that I REALLY wanted to like this one?