A rollicking good tale worthy of an Indiana Jones movie. Although this book has an actual historical foundation be prepared to suspend your imagination and just go with the flow. Although at times the characterization is weak and the ending is a let down, the story moves along smartly and keeps the reader guessing about the direction its heading in. 3.25 stars.
The author writes both a historical novel based on some fact and more fiction; I particularly appreciated the site of the super Hadron collider that made the story very relevant.
Blood of the Reich --- by William Dietrich. --- This book has all the ingredients: nasty Nazis bent on world domination (well, neo-Nazis and skin-heads at least); alien technology coveted by the nasty neo-Nazis to put them on the road to world domination; exotic Tibet and Buddhist nuns vouched to safekeep the alien technology coveted by the nasty neo-Nazis bent on world domination. There are cars that get blown up; other cars that burst into flames as they ignite the volatile contents of a tank farm; there are lady pilots who fly bi-planes into mountainous Tibet; three is liquid helium that turns bad guys into frozen nasty neo-Nazi popsicles. There’s lots of suspense; a whole passel of action and a book that’s hard to put down.
A great read as always from this author. Too much scientific terms and such near ending of the book. Lots of action tho and kept my interest till the end.
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