Sunday, September 2, 2012

Review: The Masada Complex

The Masada Complex
The Masada Complex by Avraham Azrieli

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Masada Complex by Avraham Azrieli is an exciting thriller that contains politics, religion and scandals on a worldwide scale. If the United States decided to terminate support for Israel, what would the world look like? The book follows Masada El-Tal, an expatriate of Israel who works as a reporter in Arizona. She is determined to let the truth be known about Israel, good or bad. Her story, however, is a lead cause of a U.S. senator's suicide. Now Masada must save herself from a series of assassination attempts, without knowing the difference between friends and enemies.

Although the reader is mostly clued in to what is going on throughout the novel, it is still a fast-paced thrill ride through what can happen when politics and religion become an inseparable entity. With plenty of plot twists to keep the story exciting, readers won't want to put this one down. The complexity of the characters also keeps the reader enticed to see what will eventually become of them. Azrieli's books are highly recommended to anyone who loves a good story.

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