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Friday, March 22, 2013

Naebody's Hero


Naebody's Hero by Mark Wilson

Three different areas of the world, and three completely different individuals.

Robert, a child who was abandoned by his parents, was raised by a foster family, separate from his twin sister, Cara.  As he grew, he discovered he had unique abilities and wanted to use them for the good of others.

Arif, a child born to Pakistani parents, but lived in England and was considered a foreigner and bullied as a child.

Kim, a woman who lost her husband and infant child way too soon, had a lifelong desire to see those who murdered her family punished and killed for what they had done.

In a strange twist of fate, Kim saves Robert from a group of terrorists.  Arif is recruited to become a terrorist.

As the story progresses, Kim and Robert join forces to thwart evil all over the world, and Arif is trained to be a terrorist.  Even though he had met Robert and seen the good he can do, Arif was determined to kill those who had murdered his family.

Great mix of characters to have the story seen from very different angles and viewpoints, those working for the good of mankind, and those who are not.  Nice flow, chapters are written to focus on one of the three main characters at a time.  Keeps you turning pages to see what evil plot has been created and if it will come to fruition.