An American president who will do anything to win reelection. . .
An Iranian leader who will stop at nothing to bring about apocalypse. . .
An ancient evil, only waiting to be reborn...
High in the Alborz Mountains of northwestern Iran, an archaeological team disappears. American citizens are among the missing...
Days later, imagery from U.S. spy satellites reveals detachments of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps descending upon the site...
With the presidential election only months away, President Roger Hancock authorizes a covert CIA mission into the mountains of Iran. Their objective: rescue the archaeologists and uncover the truth.
With fifteen years in the Clandestine Service, paramilitary operations officer Harry Nichols is unquestionably the man for the job. He's a tough, ruthless veteran operator. He's led his men into harm's way time and again. For him, it's all about the mission. It's all about the team. He's never seen anything like this before...
Drawn into a web of conspiracy that reaches half-way around the world and into the highest levels of the U.S. government, he soon finds that nothing is as it seems. The mission itself is suspect. His team can no longer be trusted. And a misstep means world war...
©2011 Stephen England (P)2014 Stephen England
"A terrific read from a great new author. Highly recommended." (Brad Thor-author of Full Black)"A story equal to the thrillers of Vince Flynn and Brad Thor. . .will keep you turning the pages till it's done." (Doug Dorow-author of The Ninth District)"A balanced narrative. . .thoroughly believable." (Suspense Magazine)
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The story was very interesting and very well told
The old Clive Cussler books
He is a good narrator, but sometimes he overacts
Stephen M. England did a fantastic job with Pandora's Grave. He sets the stage like an old master of the Adventure genre, pulling the reader into a great and thrilling plot.
The action moves blazingly fast from the US to Iran and to Israel, keeping you on the edge of your seat with lots of twists and turns.
I really enjoyed the mystery behind the story, the lifelike characters, the interesting locations, the suspense, the covert operations and I must point out the respect Mr. England showed towards the special operators.
Pandora's Grave is an immersive book about religion, an ancient evil, biological weapons, black ops, politics and brave men. Be warned! Start it when you have time on your hands because you'll not be able to put it down.
I'm convinced that a lot of research has gone into writing Pandora's Grave and I think that all Thriller and Adventure fans will enjoy this 1st book in the Shadow Warriors series.
No. This book is filled with cliches and characters that have been taken from other books of this type. The narration was so bad I had to stop listening to the book.
No. Not unless he develops a style of his own.
He was over the top with his attempt to add substance to the book.
"Terrible narration! !"
I had to make myself finish it. It seemed amateurish. I have listened to a lot of audible books and this was the worst
The written book may have been better.
had a hard time getting to know the characters, but once I got it the book ended great. book in hand probably would have been better in that regard, placing more of that issue on myself than the author. recommend!!!
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