Friday, February 7, 2014

Review - Seven Unholy Days by Jerry Hatchett

What do you get when you combine a story about a failing power grid,horrific mass murder, government corruption, and a crazy psychopath determined to strike world-wide destruction? Add a hero or two and you have a great story that will keep you on edge the entire ride! Good characters and intense action made this a very fast paced read, so much that I did not want it to end.




"A simple glitch in a power grid heralds the beginning of a madman's scheme to bring about a biblical apocalypse. Written in a staccato style that will leave readers breathless and flipping pages long into the night, Hatchett's...novel, SEVEN UNHOLY DAYS, is a thriller not to be missed!" NYT & international bestselling author James Rollins

Matt Decker is a celebrity geek, designer of the nation’s futuristic new power grid and a hero for lowering electric bills across the land. He’s a talk show favorite, rich, and living the American dream. Until the power fails, everywhere, throwing the techno-dependent United States into chaos.

Decker’s “impenetrable” systems have been breached in the worst way, and it’s just the beginning. The country is under attack from Abraham Hart, an eccentric and unstable man with nearly unlimited resources, a man who believes himself to be a bizarre hybrid of Christ and Antichrist. Hart delivers a new attack each day as he works his way through his own personal version of Revelation’s famed seven seals, and he makes it personal between him and Decker ~Goodreads