Days of Rage
By: Brad Taylor
Days of Rage is a high octane, modern thriller. Brad Taylor has succeeded in creating the American James Bond in his character Pike Logan. Taylor has packed all of the excitement and action a Die Hard movie into this plot centered around global terrorism. The Americans, Israelis, Russians, and even Boko Haram all converge in an international plot to halt or pull off a global terrorist attack. Taylor’s solid writing style and complex plot continue to entertain and unfold right up until the very end. He’s created strong characters with developed back stories and interpersonal relationships that make this sensational storyline seem even more plausible. In Days of Rage, Brad Taylor has created a strong yet flawed main character in Pike Logan and I cannot wait to see what harrowing situations he get’s himself into next. In my humble opinion Brad Taylor is well on his way to becoming the next Tom Clancy. I very much enjoyed this work of his and will be seeking out more of his books after seeing what Taylor can do in Days of Rage.
Pike Logan on the surface works for a company that deals in archeology and cultural ruins. But in reality he and his team belong to an agency more secret than any other organization that we think exists within the US government. The Taskforce, this cloak and dagger, clandestine organization is known only by a select few has been complided in order to bring the chase to the terrorists and hunt them on their own soil. It’s secret nature and mask of the cover organization allow this team to operate without crumbling our international relations. As the events and details of The Taskforce’s most recent mission unfold, their handlers must read in an additional government employee – when things start to go wrong. What seemed to be an accident is unraveled and shown for the murder that it truly was. Now the team is out for revenge, oh and to stop a large scale terrorist attack…once they find out where it’s going to happen. The skillset and minds of the taskforce members are put to the ultimate test in Brad Taylor’s latest work, Days of Rage. Guys, Girls, everyone will enjoy this read. Just don’t start it too close to bed or you’ll be up all night reading.