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Olympus Rises (The Code of War Book 1)[Kindle Edition]

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Contributor(s) Jim Roberts
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Overview: Olympus Rises

Afghanistan, 2014. Two weeks before the final withdrawal of all Coalition forces, a small unit of Army Rangers is attacked and destroyed by a Private Army known only as Olympus. The survivors are captured and held in a fortress in the Pamir Mountains of Kazinistan. There, they must effect a daring escape from their captors and at the same time find the secret of the mysterious Code of War. <br> <br>Drawing inspiration from GI Joe, Ian Fleming and Don Pendleton, this book is written for action aficionados everywhere. <br> <br>An exciting, action-packed yarn filled to the brim with high-tech adventure! 'Olympus Rises' leads directly into the blockbuster sequel, 'The Peacemakers', available now!
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Language English
Publication Date December 14, 2013
Contributor(s) Jim Roberts
Binding Kindle Edition
Page Count 248
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  1.  Nerve Cracking Action Thriller 17 August, 2014 On
    This is one of the most wonderful action thriller book I have come across in recent times. One cannot stop after starting at the first page. The author has brought out the book in such a way that a serious reader can visualize the entire story in front of him in high definition images. I am sure that the reader will enjoy reading this book more than he watches this in a movie version at a later stage.

    Storyline: Olympus, a secret powerful private military owned and operated by an unknown businessman develops a secret war code much more advanced than any known form of CIA’s technology, in order to take control of the entire world at one go. All this happens in a secret base in a country called Kazinistan, north of Afghanistan. NATO forces accidentally discover this secret mission of Olympus and set off a mission to capture the secret Code of War. One must read this action filled book to know whether they were finally successful in achieving their mission or not. The acts, plots, ambushes, are so thrilling that one would detach himself/herself completely from his world to finish the book at one go. It’s worth getting to know about the deadly weapons developed by CIA and Olympus to counter each other, using technology that is generations ahead. Whisper Suit (a powerful exoskeleton to enhance the physical and mental strength of the user), Volare flight packs ( a kind of jet packs armed with latest guns that can melt a man like ice), Dushka machine gun, Hyperion VTOL aircrafts, Composition 9 (C9) detonators (powerful enough to bring down an entire fortress and a near earthquake), Hind E helicopters, anti radar Black Hawk helos are some of the few wonders of latest weaponry the reader gets to learn. It’s quite terrifying to understand that such secret private military outfits can go to an extent of developing weapons much more advanced than those available with the best in class of CIA.

    I strongly recommend one to read this book to get to foresee the kind of wars the future is going to witness on this earth. Weak governments of weak countries may all be the slaves of such powerful Private Militaries, if , our super power nations do not curtail their dangerous progress into mass destruction weaponry.

    Though the story doesn’t end with this book, I am sure that the reader would jump at subsequent books in series to know what’s next.

    My rating is 4.25 out of 5
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