Tuesday, January 12, 2016

The Last Operative by Jerry B. Jenkins

I usually thoroughly enjoy a book by Jerry B. Jenkins. This was no exception. I enjoyed it. I found it interesting and since I'm not an authority on spy-craft or the CIA or NSA, I found it plausible.

I am sure there are more "accurate" stories. I am sure there are more intriguing stories. But I found this good enough for me. It told me a tale about which I had no mental concept - spies who spy upon spies and who then report to unknown authority figures. And then the "operatives" are almost all gone- except The Last Operative who is the main protagonist.

We see him in a tangle where he doesn't know whom he can trust out of those he has trusted most and completely in years and events bygone.

Folks die. Houses are blown to smithereens. Folks are on the run. People lie, steal, spy.

A good read that incorporates faith - faith one has and faith one needs to regain.

DISCLOSURE: I received this via the TyndaleRewards program after earning points. Opinions are my own. I was not compensated.

1 comment:

  1. This looks fun! I've enjoyed several books by Jenkins! Thanks so much for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday on Mommynificent.com this week!


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