Sunday, March 3, 2013

Congo Dawn

While former Marine lieutenant Robin Duncan is no stranger to corruption or conspiracy, she has always been able to tell the good guys from the bad, and the Congo jungle at first seems no different. But as her security team tries to track down an insurgent killer, Robin has to face a man who broke her trust years ago, and she discovers the gray areas extend farther in this jungle wilderness than she anticipated.A ruthless global conspiracy begins to surface, run by powerful men who can’t afford to leave any witnesses. Her life at stake, Robin doesn’t know who to trust and wonders how she can help protect innocent people. Why is God silent amid all the pain and injustice? And how do these people of faith continue to rejoice in their suffering?

Even though this book was very long, it had some parts that i felt could have been omitted from the story. It had a good story line and a good topic but was hard for me to get into at first and through out the book had a hard time reading it and keeping my head i the story and being able to comperhend the story fully. It got a little better as time went on but i didn't enjoy the book as much because of it. But all in all its a decent read. I would recommened this book to those who enjoy Christian fiction and arent afraid of getting their nose stuck in a long book!

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