Syndication from Columnist: Joanna Marie , Pioneer Press and Patch.com
At the start of a good book, if the action scenes start to roll intensely, it’s a win. You are not going to put a book like that down until you are finished with it.
The hero in this story, Lone Wolf, is a trained Native American “sky walker”. In Chicago, many people actually had the chance to see sky walkers finish the top of Trump Towers. Most construction workers cannot tolerate such high elevations. Sky walkers have special generational knowledge passed down to them. They study from a young age how to do impossible feats to remain strong and mentally focused. They tackle difficult work at extraordinary heights. Lone Wolf excels in his army training and escalates up to the CIA where he is taken through even more rigorous training to equip him for elite missions. He decides to leave the CIA when he is asked to take on a mission that he doesn’t complete. He has his morals and standards. Excellent at what he does, he is contracted by a United States Senator to be the eyes and ears on the ground in Peru. His mission is to find a beloved Kentucky Congresswoman who is kidnapped during a public massacre by the Shining Path. He is instructed to cut through the red tape and be ready to help with rescuing her. When you don’t want to rely upon a government, and you need to save someone’s life, Lone Wolf is the kind of man you want spear heading your mission.
The Shining Path was an actual group of revolutionaries in Peru, responsible for ravaging and killing a reported 70,000 people according to CIA intelligence. The author of the book, “Shining Path: Lone Wolf Thriller Book One”, William Schnorbach, spent two years in Peru through 1992 during the time that ended the twelve year reign of terror. The founder of the Shining Path, Abimael Guzman, is carefully described in an accurate manner. Guzman self -proclaimed being the fourth sword of communism. He aligned his identity after Mao, Lenin, and Marx. The author robustly brings all the details to the table using Guzman’s real life setting for this novel. While his ultimate demise ended the threat to Peru’s sovereignty, his real life journey is robustly described as the setting and context for this novel.
I recommend that you put down what you are reading and hop on to Amazon to look inside this book. From the introduction you are given a concise history briefing. Then you are launched into action from the first page of chapter one. Does this intense ride end? No, it doesn’t. The minutes will fly by as you get to the start of chapter two. Then you are just hit with full maximum impact. You might even look down to check to see if you are wearing military boots.
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