- Title: Day of Wrath
- Author: Larry Bond
- ISBN: 9780446607056
- Page: 104
- Format: Paperback
A plane carrying an American arms inspection team mysteriously falls out of the sky A senior U.S diplomat is daringly assassinated These are but warning shots to the most devastating terrorist conspiracy ever, conceived and paid for by a cunning Saudi prince who is one of the world s richest men Burning across Russia, Europe, then home to America itself, the plot threaA plane carrying an American arms inspection team mysteriously falls out of the sky A senior U.S diplomat is daringly assassinated These are but warning shots to the most devastating terrorist conspiracy ever, conceived and paid for by a cunning Saudi prince who is one of the world s richest men Burning across Russia, Europe, then home to America itself, the plot threatens to ignite in a single, apocalyptic millisecond Only two operatives have a prayer of stopping it Army Colonel Peter Thorn and FBI Special Agent Helen Gray, themselves on the run from the very people they re fighting to protect.
Recent Comments "Day of Wrath"
This is a solid novel of political intrigue. The plot is developed logically with some good suspense and action. This genre is always formula driven to a certain extent but the author shows good restraint here. Thorn and Gray are not portrayed as super heroes and the villains are intelligent rather than fanatical zealots.
It is OK, not the best by this author.
This was not great literature, but it's a fun read. For me at least.The premise is rather silly. A Saudi prince who runs a large international national corporation and pretends that he is a friend of America is really the banker behind most of the world's terrorists. He's 'obtained' twenty nuclear bombs from corrupt people in the former Soviet Union and has smuggled them into the States where he's building home made cruise missiles out of small aircraft. With them he intends to strike at most of [...]
Colonel Peter Thorn and FBI Special Agent Helen Gray are in Russia investigating the crash of a Russian Air Force transport aircraft that was transporting an American arms inspection team back to Moscow from a military base. The head of the team had discovered something at the base and was anxious to tell his senior authorities. However, in the crash the lead and his entire team were killed. Thorn's and Gray's investigation lead them to follow a torturous trail from the military base to various [...]
This novel is exciting to say the least. At first, it sort of takes off on a slow pace, but the deeper you get into the entangling labyrinth of the terrorist's plan, the better accustomed you'll be to the story's plotline. Although towards the ending you get to have almost Hollywood movie worthy of action fight sequences (where at least the heroes collectively drop 20 bad guys, blow an arm here and blast a door there)but it had gotten a bit too technical for my taste with all the military jargon [...]
This is the second Thorn and Grey novel by Larry Bond and it has the same feel as the first and I may say most of the same plus and minus points. Although the plus points do outweigh the minus. The plot is again slightly on the unbelievable side of credibility but once you put that to one side you are left with a fast past geo political thriller that crosses several countries, has several conspiracies, traitors and a last ditch attempt to save the world.I have read several of Larry Bond’s nove [...]
A great book, full of action & intrigue. The only minor downside was the Kindle edition had lots of spelling errors that started about 2/3 of way through. Not bad enough to diminish the book though. Well done Larry.
Great story, could have had a little more action to suite my tastes but a great read nontheless. Highly recommend this book and author
It took me a while to get into the book, but once I got there I really enjoyed it.
An excellent story full of intrigue, excitement and precursor to 911. 9 of 10 stars.
"Mad Saudi smuggles 20 nukes into the US to pay off a serious grudge. Two US agents save the day. Which is sort of the problem. With 20 thermonuclear weapons on the line, I
Ho hum - kinda sorta good on the doomsday scenario part, too much mucking about on the touchy-feely angle between the two leads.
A Saudi prince plans a massive terrorist attack on the U.S.
Not as good as Vortex, but plenty good.
Day of Wrath is a very fast paced story of intrigue, government agents from the F.B.I to C.I.A. to military officers.
A good example of this genre, action packed, easy to read and the plot keeps you interested.
Thorn and Grey are back to help uncover another deadly plot on American soil. While I felt "Enemy Within" was a better page turner, Bond's "Day of Wrath" doesn't fail to keep the pages turning.
I didn't think I would enjoy this book as much as I did. It started slow and there were lots of charactersbut the build up and the fun and excitement in readinguntil the end!!! Worth the read.
I don't toss this label around casually (one of my favorite books is The Lion's Game by Nelson deMille) but this book basically bigoted towards people in the middle-east.
Good story that kept moving along at a good pace.
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