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Juggernaut by Adam Baker
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Feb 18, 2012

liked it
bookshelves: arc, adapted-to-screen
Read on February 16, 2012

The darkness of the desert and the gold coloured sand dunes provides an good setting for a story. The middle east Iraq to be exact provide plentiful bullets and bombs going off. Talk of dangerous weaponry and a virus an interesting ellement to this story also.
If you are a fan of military solider style stories this has plentiful military and weaponry talk.
A group of mercenaries choose to seek out and recover some gold to fill their pockets but eventually find out they have been a pawn in a dangerous bio-chemical world.
I found at times the story lost my concentration and the narrative did not hook me enough and I struggled to get through. There are many good elements to the story but the actual the layout did not process and deliver all this factors as much as it could have for me to say I really liked to give it that extra star.
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