Mystery Thriller Week Book Review: Raging Falcon by Stephen Perkins




  • Print Length: 346 pages
  • Publisher: STAR BORN PUBLISHING LLC. (September 18, 2016)
  • Publication Date: September 18, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English

My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

My Review:

This book is one incredible trip into the what was and what could have been. With characters that were not exactly what they appeared to be it was like stepping into the looming glass with eyes wide open.

This book is truly a five-star book. The characters walked off the page and settled in my brain. With real life events and alternate reasons, it built into a tightly woven blanket of espionage and government interference. An exciting beast of a story to read and a thrill to dissect with the details provided.

Raging Falcone is one of those books that leave you confused as to what exactly you are being made a party too, and then it all comes clear. It all makes sense and you are left shaking your head at the details that you have read. the characters are bigger than life in the aspect that they are never who you believe them to be. The situations draw from the current happening and place them in a different light.

The intricacies are amazing. The detail and the convolution are technically flawless. Everything has a degree of oh my gosh this could have happened exactly as it is stated. although it is fiction, it provides a wellspring of information that leads you to think. I read it over 3 days, usually longer than normal because I wanted to understand what I was reading. For a first novel, Stephen Perkins, I tell you now, it is extremely well done. With great points and a very deep plot.


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