The Sinai Secret (Lang Reilly Thrillers)
Tried to get excited about this book but the storyline jumped from one place to another for no reason except to find a new locale. The most interesting character was 'Grumps', Lang's odd dog.
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This is a new author for me and will need to find another one because Loomis is boring. A lot of repetition. I forced myself to finish it, but when I did, I wondered why I bothered. Starts out with a good overview of Egypt and the Copts but then sort of peters out as it goes along. The ending was really a stretch. It was like the author was trying to tie a bunch of ends together without great success.
Same story different day. Ancient knowledge, fanatic group, at least three certain death situations survived by the hero. This was my third Loomis read and the third time I have read essentially the same story. All series books have a degree of repetition that makes them comfortable to read.
The reader gets to "know" the. This book, while well written, relies too heavily on a formula. As close as you can get to a Dan Brown novel. A thriller from start to finish with just enough love and laughter to keep you going. Loved it and will undoubtedly read more by this author. Good writing - I really liked the first " Secret" in the series, and went to find them all.
By the 3rd one, I could have written them - or at least give anyone the plot summary after reading only half of the book. Just wish Loomis could change up the secret society theme - some little twist. One person found this helpful. Loomis is a talented writer. His books are entertaining and keep you on the edge of your seat.
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The Sinai Secret
Good plot, well developed characters and a good way to escape into a fast moving book! One person found this helpful. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Interesting story that has bee told many times by other authors amd woven into many plots. Lang Reilly character similar to Cotton Malone and others but book holds interest throughout. I buy these books for pure entertainment and escape. If I wanted to study and read fine literature - I'd go back to college.
This is simply a fun read! Those who criticize - can I just say - maybe you need to lower your expectations for the genre. Little new- seems like same old story with minor tweaks. The worst in the Lang Reilly series. It follows the other books in the series general plot line Lang is involved in a fight with a large criminal organization and in the end he is the winner , but the story is contorted and goes way beyond credibility, even allowing for the convention the reader accepts for this kind of literature.
Book Review: The Sinai Secret (Lang Reilly Thrillers) by Gregg Loomis | Thriller Author Ian Kruger
Greg Loomis is a gifted writer! Have read many of his novels and thoroughly enjoyed this one! Gregg loomis is an exceptional writer that All Lang Reilly thrillers are excellent reads. After all, both scientists worked for his foundation. But when someone took a shot at Lang to scare him away, it only made him more determined to find the truth. What revelations does it contain, and what powerful group is willing to kill to make sure its secrets remain hidden?
With the balance of power in the Middle East at risk, Lang has to stay alive long enough to find the answer to a mystery that has puzzled historians for centuries. Although Reilly is too good at Houdini like escapes although they are exhilaratingly entertaining, readers will admire his dedication as he risks his life to uncover the truth and to prevent anymore of his grant scientists from being murdered.
Thriller fans will appreciate Greg Loomis as it is no secret that he provides breathtaking novels.