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Posted October 14, 2009
Dark Passage completely immerses the audience into the storyline
The agents abduct Marseilles prostitute Marie Gauthier and fly on Air Force One to a top-secret laboratory in New Mexico; there researchers are creating the "synchrotron" time machine. Also kidnapped and taken to the same locale is Israeli engineer David Ben-Dor and former CIA agent John Conway.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The explanation seems over the top to the trio especially when the Feds and scientists insist that the psychopathic Islamic fundamentalist Zayyad brothers broke into the lab and are going back in time to 30 A.D. to assassinate Jesus. Even less believable is the displacement brought forward that confused the shepherd Isaiah. This four is being sent back to 30 A.D. to prevent the insane fanatics from killing the Son of God.
Over the top of Mt. Masada with a zillion subplots from the Land of Enchantment to the biblical land of Salome, Romans, Zealots and a few other rebellious sects, as spins go everywhere in a convoluted way, yet Dark Passage completely grips the audience. The story line is fast-paced even while moving back and forth in time and vivid especially during the biblical era. Fans will want to join the four hunters trying to prevent Islamic fanatics from killing Jesus centuries before the Prophet Mohammed is born.
Posted September 24, 2002
Take the time to go back in time.
Dark Passage is full of adventure and excitment. Constantly taking a new twist that leaves a reader wanting more. To put the book down, that is something you won't want to do. there are very few books that leave a person wanting more, but Dark Passage is one of those books. The discription and imagination that went into the writing of Dark Passage is phenomenal. Mr. Padrug is brilliant at keeping the readers attention. To go back in time! That alone would be something nobody would pass up. Dark Passage: Read it you'll love it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 29, 2002
Would make a good movie
Junius Podrug is brilliant at capturing your imagination. Dark Passage is adventuress and exciting. (It's a three alarm.} You just can't put the book down. Just the thought of time travel is exciting. Dark Passage holds your attention and keeps you wanting more. It would make a great movie. L.RiderWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.