Book Review: The Kremlin Conspiracy

Dear friends, 
Do yourselves a favor and go buy Joel Rosenberg's latest release, The Kremlin Conspiracy. Seriously, this book is amazing! If you have known me for any length of time and we have discussed reading at all, then you have probably heard me mention Rosenberg's name a few times. He is by far my favorite author and always produces the most captivating reads. 


Oleg Kraskin and Marcus Ryker could not be living in more different worlds. Although seemingly polar opposites, they actually have a lot in common. They both were married around the same time, had one son, and possess a sense of pride and loyalty for their country. Though one works to protect his country, the other is used to further his country by hurting others. Over time, the two come together in unexpected ways. Their passions for their countries and their knowledge of what is right and wrong collide to force them to make hard decisions which could put their lives at risk. 

Joel Rosenberg's The Kremlin Conspiracy is an action packed, on the edge of your seat kind of book. You will instantly be drawn into the lives of both Marcus Ryker and Oleg Kraskin. Your heart will break when theirs does, but you will also celebrate with them when they overcome the obstacles they face. 

I wholeheartedly recommend this book to just about anyone! If you are like me and need a break from all of the due dates and studying, try this book out! (I promise it won't take long to read once you get started, and you will have plenty of time to get back to doing your homework :) Or, if you just have some free time on your hands, then you should also try this book. You won't regret it...you might just be a little sad to find out that you are going to have to wait a year before the next book comes out. And, if you do happen to read this book, let me know what you thought in the comments below! 

Need some more convincing? Read the first chapter here
You can also find Joel Rosenberg's website or read his blog here

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tyndale House Publishers in exchange for my honest review. 

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