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The Lance (The Project - Book 2) review ê 109 ¿ In the frozen wastes of Antarctica the Lance an ancient weapon of unthinkable power once lost and legendary has been recoveredIn the terrorized streets of Jerusalem devastation is unleashed upon the eve of international peaceIn the halls of power of Washington DC a desperate plot set in mIn the frozen wastes of Antarctica the Lance an ancient weapon of unthinkable power once lost and legendary has been recoveredIn the terrorized streets of Jerusalem devastation is unleashed. Nick Carter is the hero of this thriller a member of the Project a clandestine group that answers only to the President of the United StatesHe is pitted against a motley crew that wields the Lance an ancient weapon which chills the blood of the modern worldIt may be an ancient weapon but we're not talking battering rams or slings and arrows here The Lance is in fact the spear that pierced Christ's side when he was crucified It is not so much the physical power of the weapon which people dread the belief that simply owning this weapon would render the holder unstoppableallow the owner total destiny of the world This is certainly a theory subscribed to by Himmler in the second world warThat's why it was hidden by the Nazis in the frozen wastelands of AntarticaIt is found by the bad guys who discover what it can do and all hell is let looseThe action starts as Carter is enjoying a morning coffee in Jerusalem Let battle commence The whole suare erupts in smoke and flamesThe action rarely abates from thereon as a group of nazis try to kill the President and irrevocably upset the euilibrium in the Middle East by bombing the most sacred Mosue of MuslimsAlex Lukeman's writing style is sharp punchy and easy to readHis powers of description are immense and succeed with the minimum of words This brief extract illustrates what I mean'Broken glass and smashed furniture littered the plaza There was blood on him but it wasn't his Carter took a step and tripped He looked down at a child's foot in a blue shoe It was just a small foot A piece of white bone stuck out of a pink sock He bent over and threw up the espresso in a yellow brown stream The acrid coppery stench of blood poisoned the clean night air'He has you hooked early on and it's then difficult to put the book down I enjoyed every minute of it and can't wait to explore the other books in the Project series White Jade The Seventh Pillar Black Harvest and The Tesla Secret

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Upon the eve of international peaceIn the halls of power of Washington DC a desperate plot set in motion during the final days of World War II has begun to unfoldNow Nick Carter and his te. Currently reading this magnificent book so well written and engaging Not surpised as I loved Mr Lukeman's previous book White JadeThis is a writer with an immense skill at formulating both characters and plot A must read for those who love great adventure very well writtenRick FriedmanFounderThe James Mason Community Book Club

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The Lance The Project Book 2Am of deep black operatives from the PROJECT must race against time to stop events that will lead to the next World War But to do that they must first stop those who already wield the Lance. Very intriguing and a thought provoking storyI had trouble putting the book down It is very fast paced and full of action With the way things are happening in the world today it is very realistic and thought provoking I would recommend this to readers that enjoy a great plot and good character development