BOOK REVIEW: The Copper Scroll

Oct 18, 2011 | Uncategorized

I started reading during my commute in the morning and by the third chapter I was breathless, a few more pages and I was almost ready to cry. Such are the emotions triggered by this fourth in a series of five novels, The Copper Scroll. Written by Joel Rosenberg, the series picks up where it left a few months after the end of the Ezekiel Option, the third novel.

Joel is a master of political suspense thrillers. His pacing is such that you will have a hard time letting the book go and do other things. This fictional tome shows how much research was done. Joel can literally put you right in the middle of the situation. Its as if you are physically there. That is how good how the novel was written.

Action packed and nerve wracking. You can’t wait to find out what happens next.

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