Genre: True Crime
Rating: 4.5 out of 5
A terrorist’s plot, the assassination of a prime minister, holds the key to an apocalyptic plan to destroy Europe’s economy. It’s impossible to stop, but one man doesn’t know enough to think the world can’t be saved. He’s no hero; not clever or capable, talented or tested. The Hollow Man is just trying to survive in an uncertain climate where terrorism is changing the rules of how we live.
I have no clue what I think about this book!
I couldn’t put the book down. I had to keep reading to see what was going to happen even though I had no idea what was going on or who people were!
Never do we learn the name of the man we are reading the point of view from. We learn his nickname, but we never learn his real name.
The situations were fairly easy to follow, but there was some confusion because people’s names weren’t used often! At one point in the book, the Englishman and the Spaniard or the Frenchman and the Spaniard were fighting and I struggled to keep track of who was who and who I was rooting for!
Overall, the book was enjoyable and I enjoyed the action. It was a page turner trying to figure out who was doing what, who was coming after us, and what the final plan was.
About the Author
Having lived in twelve states and eventually working in all fifty, he fell in love early with seeing the world on someone else’s money. Since then, he has lived abroad nine years while working in forty-eight countries, spanning five continents. These experiences helped Paul Hollis bring his own unique viewpoint to his mesmerizing thrillers.