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The Morgenstern Project

(Consortium #3)

really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating details ·  78 ratings  ·  42 reviews
Jeremy Corbin and Jacqueline Walls lead a calm life in a New Jersey suburb, when one day everything changes. From London to Tel-Aviv, from the Polish forests to Manhattan high-rises, from the shameful past to the threatening future, a man fights to protect his closest friends from the malediction that never leaves him. Eytan Morgenstern is back for his final battle. After ...more
Paperback, 265 pages
Published April 9th 2015 by Le French Book (NY) (first published September 1st 2012)
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Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
Jeremy Corbin and Jackie Walls are living a peaceful life in a New Jersey suburb after the adventures in “The Bleiberg Project” a couple of years before. But now everything is about to change. The Consortium hasn't forgotten about them and their friend Eytan Morgenstern must come to their rescue...

I really liked Eytan Morgenstern in the first book “The Bleiberg Project” and was looking forward to reading more in the series.

In this book we get to follow Eytan Morgenstern, Jeremy Corbin and Jackie
Apr 07, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2015
Khara never disappoints with plenty of action, enthralling thrill aspect, carnage with well timed insertions of humor. His narratives are gripping and hold your attention until the very end.

Despite the bloodshed in his narratives along with endless adventure, he manages to create affecting characters. Eytan Morgenstern will claim your emotions, carve a place in your heart as you understand his torturous past and present. Quite an emotional read, proportionate in all areas.

Great to reunite with
Aug 03, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: netgalley
First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, David Khara, and Le French Book for providing me with a copy of this book, which allows me to provide you with this review.

Khara returns with the third instalment if the Consortium Thrillers series, turning things around and placing the focus on one of the main characters. As series readers will know well, Eytan Morgenstern has a complex backstory that has remained the central focus to date. Working alongside Jeremy and Jackie Corbin,
May 26, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: first-reads
In The Morgenstern Project, the action comes at a pretty good clip and the characters don't get too much restful downtime. For the first part of the book, the story reveals bits and pieces of itself as we travel to different places and points in time that span from WWII to the main characters' present. The hints that were doled out were tantalizing and kept me wanting to read on to find out more. Eytan, who suffered multiple atrocities at the hands of the Nazis and ultimately became an ...more
Feb 24, 2015 rated it liked it

Publisher: Le French

Publishing Date: April 2015

ISBN: 9781939474353

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Rating: 3.1/5

Publisher Description: When you kill a legend, it becomes inspiration, and you can’t kill inspiration. Jeremy Corbin and Jacqueline Walls lead a calm life in a New Jersey suburb, when one day everything changes. Eytan Morgenstern returns to save them, and this improbably team must take on the Consortium, leading them on an epic journey from London to
Kathy Davie
Jun 06, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: thriller
Third in the Consortium spy thriller series and revolving around Eytan Morgenstern. It's been two years since Jeremy and Jackie met Eytan.

This ARC was provided by NetGalley and Le French Book in exchange for an honest review.

My Take
Khara has been dribbling out teasers for the past two books, and at last we learn a lot more about Eytan. And it fulfills (and more) all the horrors I imagined as we learn of his escape from the lab, and the men who set him on a righteous path. Karol's "chat" with
Feb 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
It is difficult to express in words how much The Morgenstern Project moved my thoughts and emotions. I received a copy from Eidelwess and really took my time reading it. I tried to digest it slowly because this was Morg's story. It was told simultaneously alternating between Morg's past and Morg's current life as he fights on the current front against the Consortium's machinations and his fight to distance himself from the Bleiberg project. Morg is this larger than life Mossad agent who hunts ...more
Marika Charalambous
Oct 30, 2014 rated it it was amazing
When I saw the title of the 3rd book in the series, I knew it would be all about Eytan Morg, maybe even more so than before. Now we find Eytan back with some old friends we’ve met in the first book, Jeremy and Jackie, who are now married, all ready for another exciting and dangerous adventure.

Everyone wants Morg, wants to dissect and study him. Sadly being Eytan’s friend these days means being in danger, because all the agencies that want him will stop at nothing – including threatening the
Mar 10, 2015 rated it really liked it
David Khara once again writes a taut, fast thriller that weaves remnants of WWII atrocities with present day military aspirations. Khara does an expert job of taking his protagonist, a holdover from Nazi experiments, and places him on the frontlines of military efforts to meld men and machines. This is one tale whose back to the future aspect is balanced by its references to Oscar Pistorius and the future his capacities suggest. Sophie Weiner, the expert translator, manages again to produce a ...more
Jun 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The Morgenstern Project is a perfect ending to a brilliant series that has unabashedly captured both my heart and my mind. I have never read another series that has sucked me in so completely and allowed me to delve so deeply into such unspeakable international secrets and deadly conspiracies. The characters that I found within this series blew my mind. They were such a wide array of characters that I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know. This wickedly smart and highly imaginative series will ...more
Jul 04, 2017 rated it it was ok
Interesting story line. Long at times
Vanessa Delamare
Mar 31, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: action-packed
David S. Khara writes here the third and final part of his trilogy about projects (The Bleiberg Project - which I really liked The Shiro Project - not read yet - and The Morgenstern Project).

We meet back Eytan with pleasure, the Mossad giant, who this time doesn't come alone but with two accomplices who are part of his family... sort of... but I leave you the pleasure of discovering how and why. This is one of the parts that I liked the most in this third installment: discovering Eytan story.
Mar 29, 2015 rated it really liked it
This fast paced adventure/thriller reunites Israeli Mossad agent Eytan Morgenstern with Jeremy Corbin and his wife Jacqueline in a most unexpected way. The Consortium, a shadowy but powerful international group, has it's corporate eye on Eytan, and realizes the only way to get to him is through the people who are most important to him.

Though Corbin and Jackie were key players in the earlier novel by Khara called The Blieberg Project, the recently married couple has no plans to continue the
Maria Beltrami
A mysterious Consortium, something very similar to the Spectre of James Bond memory, is looking for hundreds of years to move humanity in the direction they wanted to get the maximum economic return. One of the misdeeds of this consortium would be the rise to power of Hitler, who, however, is able to do on his own progresses in the field of human manipulation, given that his scientists can transform a jew child in the prototype of the superhuman. This is the background of this book, described in ...more
Apr 26, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 105challenge10
It 's a gripping thriller, adventurous, with many compelling characters and an engaging and well built storyline.
Jackie Walls and Jeremy Cobin are a young American couple from New Jersey. He has a shop, she is a police officer and they have a beautiful baby girl, Annie. During their trip very adventurous in Europe they have known Eytan Morgestern that helped and rescued them. Jackie and Jeremy have not heard from him until he reappears in their lives to save them again from an attacks. This time
May 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It is difficult to express in words how much The Morgenstern Project moved my thoughts and emotions. I received a copy from Eidelwess and really took my time reading it. I tried to digest it slowly because this was Morg's story. It was told simultaneously alternating between Morg's past and Morg's current life as he fights on the current front against the Consortium's machinations and his fight to distance himself from the Bleiberg project. Morg is this larger than life Mossad agent who hunts ...more
John Purvis
Oct 15, 2015 rated it really liked it
“The Morgenstern Project” wBook was published in 2015 and was written by David Khara ( Mr. Khara has published 6 novels, three in the “Consortium” series. This is the third book in that series.

I obtained a galley of this novel for review through I would categorize this novel as ‘R’ as there are instances of Violence and Mature Language. Most of the action in this volume is in the contemporary US.

The primary characters are Mossad agent Eytan
Jennifer (JC-S)
‘War is horrible, but slavery is worse’ (Winston Churchill)

Jeremy Corbin, his wife Jacqueline Walls and their baby daughter Annie were living a quiet life in suburban New Jersey. Then, one day, a series of events shattered the calm and their friend Eytan Morgenstern saved them. Why is the group, known as the Consortium, after Jeremy and Jacqueline? And who is Eytan Morgenstern?

As the story unfolds, we learn more about Eytan Morgenstern and his past. It becomes clear that many people are
Zeb Kantrowitz
This is the third book in the “Consortium” series, written by the French author David Khara. Being written by a Frenchman gives the series a different slant on America, Americans and their relationship with Israel. Our friend, retired Mossad agent Eytan Morgenstern becomes the focus of a group who wants to capture him. They want to use him to create a team of super-soldiers for the US government, to be used as a special attack force.

Along the way Eytan picks-up a couple of helpers, the husband
Susan Johnston
Apr 11, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I have liked this series from the first book and I liked this one too. It has nailbiting action, and tons of suspense in this mystery. If you like spy or espionage stories, these books will be a real find. I do like those kinds of books but what truly hooks me with these books is the hero.
Here is a man, really a superman of sorts, who is both tragic and heroic and quite loveable. This is not how one would expect to describe an assassin but somehow by mixing the interactions he has with both his
I received this via Netgalley for my review.

Eytan is a hunted man and his friends Jeremy and Jackie are the targets for drawing him out. The story flashes back and forth between present and past as it has in previous books. Much more is discovered here about Eytan's time during WWII. It is bittersweet, sad and enraging. The usual abundance of action, travel, explosions, intrigue, gun fight and mad science shines. But right in the heat of it all is this public health announcement about how bad
Apr 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I absolutely could not wait to get my hands on this book. I'd already devoured the other two books in the series (The Bleiberg Project & The Shiro Project), and I hoped this one would be just as good.

I was not disappointed. As a reader, we find out yet more about the enigmatic Eytan Morgenstern, and this time accompany him, and Eli and Jeremy & Jackie on a fantastic trip. However, my favourite parts of this book were the historical sections, where Khara has given more background on Eytan
Andrea Stoeckel
May 18, 2015 rated it really liked it
[I received this book free from the publisher through NetGalley. I thank them for their generousity. In exchange, I was simply asked to write an honest review, and post it. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising]

Eytan "Morg" Morganstern, a child in the camps of World War 2, has grown up and works with Mossad ( or does he?) saving
May 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Eytan is a good guy. He was an experiment of the Nazis. He escapes the nazis and exacts revenge on his torturers. He discovers and unmasks the secret Consortium. Where did this corporation come from. This book is all about Eytan. Everyone wants to dissect and study him due to the Nazi experiments done to him. Being Eytan's friend is dangerous. Why? Eytan is back to destroy his enemies and protect his friends.

This story could be read without reading the first two but that would be a loss for the
Feb 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing
What if a private company, along with our military, wanted to
create the perfect soldier? And to make the perfect solider, they
need to perfect prosthetics, to give soldiers superhuman strength
and speed. To what lengths would they go to make…a superman?

Eytan Morgenstern returns to save the couple he has worked with before – in THE BLEIBERG PROJECT – leading a quiet life with their
new child in suburban New Jersey, and together they face challenges
they never though possible – flashbacks alert us
Paula Howard
May 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
In the Morgenstern Project, Morg meets up with Jackie and Jeremy. He has actually has someone watching them all this time as protection. Morg finds out that they are now the target of a group with in the U. S. government. This group has learned of their friendship with Morg. They plan on using Jackie and Jeremy to find Morg and "study" him to find out why he doesn't seem to age.

They are joined by Eli and Avi as they race to find out about the group and put a stop to them.

Brilliant writing.
Dottie Resnick
May 01, 2015 rated it really liked it
Another in the series about Eytan Morgenstern, who as a young boy was experimented on in a Nazi camp and become almost super-human. It is a thrilling story weaving between Eytan's escape from the Nazi doctor, his joining up and training with the Polish resistance and "current day" prosthetic development and military aspirations for humans. Eytan and his friends once again are pulled into fighting the Consortium and a clandestine military group trying to improve the abilities of the fighting ...more
Jay Williams
Mar 24, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Splitting the action into multiple time periods, this thriller is engrossing from the very first page.It has Nazis, secret societies, compelling characters and a story worth telling.. Khara writes with just the right level of detail to create great mental images and keep the story moving.. Whether it is the forests of Poland during WWII, England post war, South America, or present day America, the action is exciting, the plot is thrilling, and the human interaction compelling. I wish the book ...more
Susan Angela Wallace
Apr 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I received this as an arc from net galley in exchange for an honest review.
when you kill a legend, it becomes inspiration, and you can't kill inspiration, Jeremy Corben and Jacqueline Walls lead a calm life in a new jersey suburbs, when one day every thing changes.
Very good read.
I liked the story and the characters.
I liked Jeremy and Jacqueline.
They were my favourite characters.
Didn't like Eytan at all.
This is not my usual read.
But it kept me gripped.
I liked the ending too.
Eileen Hall
Oct 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A confused beginning with many characters and eras introduced, but the story unfolds spectacularly.
It is about an Israeli man Eytan who was subjected to genetic experiments by the Nazis during WW2., and people - the Consortium - attempting to capture him.
I understand this is book 3 in a series. Reads as a standalone story, but reading the others will enhancecthis book.
I received a digital copy from the publisher via Netgalley in return for an honest unbiased review.
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