Plague of Coins written by Aiden James is quite exhilarating and adventure fiction story of a dark character William Barrow. William is a Smithsonian activist and is supposed to be carrying some confidential information. He is in actual Judas Iscariot who under a curse is living a life of William Barrow. And the only condition to reach back to his original life is if William is able to find age old lost coins of ancient time. It has character development. In fact, it shows the development of one character over 2000 years. It takes one of the greatest villains of all time and makes you sure like him. It has reasonable outcomes. The discoveries are neither completely re-buried, nor is their exploitation overdone. Sure, stories about the fountain of youth have been done by the tons. But this hero is already immortal himself and trying to die. It has a satisfactory conclusion, more than satisfactory, but also a hook into the next in the series.William's Life
William Barrow carries a dark secret. An archivist for the Smithsonian Institute and also a part-time operative for the CIA, no one would ever suspect the handsome 'thirty-ish' William is in fact the most reviled human being to ever walk the earth. His infectious warmth and sense of humour make such an assertion especially hard to believe. But long ago, William Barrow had another name; that is synonymous with shame and betrayal. Forced to walk the earth as a cursed immortal, William is on a quest to reclaim the thirty silver shekels paid to him in exchange for Jesus Christ. Twenty-one coins have now been recovered with the help from his latest son, the esteemed Georgetown University history professor, Alistair Barrow. Ever hopeful the complete coin collection will buy him a full pardon from God and end his banishment from heaven, William plans a visit to a remote village deep within Iran's Alborz Mountains to retrieve 'silver coin number twenty-two'. But the CIA has a different objective for this trip, one that pits both father and son against an unscrupulous Russian billionaire searching for something else that's just as precious within the ancient mountains of Iran, something that threatens peace in the modern world if William and Alistair fail to reach it first.Excellent Book For You To Enjoy
This book of Aiden James has a lot to recommend itself to you. The writing is slick, leading the reader seamlessly forward from one event to another. Written in the first person view, Barrow treats the reader like a friend relating the details of his immortal life with irreverent wise cracks, facing dangerous situations with caution and when that doesn't work, downright bravery. The beginning of Plague of Coins starts off as a spy thriller and leads to a jaw-dropping conclusion of almighty power. In short, The Plague of Coins covers fast action, sympathetic heroes and malicious menacing villains. The scope of the story takes you from D.C. to the innermost Iran, redemptive coin collecting to a place of absolute beauty. The Plague of Coins will easily fill that void demanding a good book. When you're through with this, Aiden James has more in the series to tempt you. Shop online for this book at Junglee and check out a host of book collection along with user reviews and ratings. Find the best deals lined up by many competitive sellers.