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Sunday, July 21, 2019

Fire of The Sun by Simon Laffy

This was a complicated story crossing several time lines and several countries. A nurse talking to a cancer patient who she discovers is a famous scientist partially responsible for the Apollo missions. He tells her of the Nazi search for proof that they were a pure race and descendant from the Gods . In their quest for this, they did come across something which proved to be beyond the understanding and imagination of the scientists of the 1940s.

British Intelligence is also keen on knowing what this subject was but it seems as if all doors are closed to them and they always arrive a tad late to discover what actually happened. The story is fantastic, but very plausible and in this lies its attraction.

Can this knowledge be used constructively and why is it that so many people die in the pursuit of finding out the truth.

This was not an easy read, I took a number of days to read the book but when I finished it eventually, I did think it was an unusual subject.

Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of ACM Letro Ltd.

1 comment:

  1. HMM. Sounds interesting, but probably not one I'll pick up.