I absolutely loved it. I think men especially would really enjoy it, and women as well (obviously, since I am one.) It’s a spy book. There are fierce fights, international conspiracies, and a war for justice. This book, while Christian fiction, could easily be enjoyed by Christians and non-Christians alike. The book doesn’t hide its Christian themes, but it also remains accessible and not dogmatic or preachy in any way.
Apparently the second in a series, it follows Marc Royce, unofficial intelligence agent for the White House. In Rare Earth Royce is going undercover to a Kenyan refugee camp in the shadow of an active volcano. Seemingly, he’s working for Lodestone, a large corporation providing relief and mercenaries. But in truth, he is trying to find out about a mystery involving a kidnapped Israeli and his beautiful nurse sister.
Seriously, I recommend this book! I want to go read the first in the series now. I think most people would enjoy this—I want to share it with my fiancé, Ryan. Go, get it, read it.
I received this book free from Bethany House in exchange for my unbiased review.