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Jack DavidsonJack Davidson, Editor
I loved it, but I'd almost forgotten how much Chapter nine pissed me off, until I reviewed it. This was an emotional roller coaster.
However, as many people have learned, the world is not always what it seems. For it is often true that even those who are judged infamous often see themselves in a different light. What would it take to make such an organization? What could possibly be its true motives? How could anyone willingly be a part of the puppeteers in the shadows?
We thus enter the world of one Tiffany Ann Pressman. She is a former Air Force member, an all American girl, and a die hard member of a secret society many would shudder at.
For, if you ever read the true Latin root meaning of Illuminati, you'll learn it actually means to, "make bright". They exist in a world plagued by nighttime horrors mankind can hardly imagine. They consider themselves the light bearers of mankind. So, the question is simple. Who will the Illuminati turn out to be in our darkest hour?
Posted August 13, 2005
This book is an easy read. It is an unusual approach to the fight between good and evil. The book keeps you involved and wanting to see what happens on the next page. Mr. Sears moves the fights against terrorists to the sci fi level and gives the reader the chance to deal with those emotions in a non offensive and artistic way which I believe will offend no one. An entertaining one two punch. Worth the time to read and be entertained by the imagination of Mr. Sears. There is even a easy to read and understand glossary of terms so that you don't miss any link to understanding the sub stories. I look forward to more stories by Ms. Sears and perhaps a sequel to this book as it is only the beginning of a long story still yet unfolding in our current history.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.