David E. Stevens
Resurrect Trilogy, Book 1
Back of the book:
Book 1 in the Resurrect Trilogy.
Preventing his burning fighter from crashing into a neighborhood, Navy Commander Josh Logan ejects ... late. Critically injured, he’s offered a new life and mission exploiting highly classified military technology to stop a global cataclysm. The price? He’ll be dead to everyone he knows.
A year later, he wakes in a city hospital with altered appearance and enhanced abilities. Guided by nothing but a voice, he must infiltrate the military-industrial complex, recruit a team and develop the world’s most powerful weapon –to protect humanity. The more he learns, the more he questions who, or what, is behind his resurrection, as the clock counts down to the end of the world.
About the author:
A Navy fighter pilot with hundreds of aircraft carrier landings, Commander David E Stevens holds degrees from Cornell and the University of Michigan with graduate work in astrophysics. He test piloted new fighters and received an aviation patent. With a Top Secret clearance, Dave served as Strike Operations Officer for the Persian Gulf during Desert Storm and led classified defense programs. He's traveled to over two dozen countries.
Find out more about David E. at http://www.resurrecttrilogy.com
Let me begin with a bit of advice . . . do not begin this book right before bed! You will pay for it the next day. To say that this is a fast paced story is a bit of an understatement. It is written in quickly changing segments that just draw you from one to the next. You’ll find yourself saying, “I’ve just got to know what happens next.” Then before you know it you’ve read half the book and dawn is breaking.
The author is a former military pilot and it reflects in his writing style. I thought he did a great job describing things accurately without going above the heads of the average person. Even though I don’t have a background as a pilot nor do I claim to understand quantum physics, I was able to follow the storyline easily and enjoy the read along the way.
This really is a great book for anyone that loves a good action packed thriller. I do have a small caution to impart. This book is considered to be a work of Christian fiction. I think I would classify it more as a fiction book with a bit of a Christian slant. There is a bit of language that I didn’t particularly find offensive, but I have friends that I know who would be put off by it. My advice would be to read it for yourself before you pass it along.
Overall I was pleased with the book and I’m looking forward to the remaining two books in the trilogy. Write fast Commander Stevens!
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