Johnny Vegas – The Death of Innocence by T. L. Huston

johnny vegas

Info from scroll down for my review, beware it may contain spoilers.

When the gates of hell are breached, and evil men evade the halls of justice, the Organization calls on Johnny Vegas. Johnny delivers a savage brand of poetic justice that is swift, painful, and biblical in its application. Devoted to what he believes is his destiny, Johnny’s life is consumed with death, destruction, and loneliness—-until a chance encounter challenges everything he believes in and threatens to expose the Organization.

This book was definitely a surprise which I thoroughly enjoyed, when I first read the blurb I didn´t really know what to expect but it was a very good book.

Continue reading

The Key – Simon Toyne

The KeyFirst off, some information from Goodreads website on the book. Scroll down for my thoughts. Beware: my review  may contain spoilers.

Hunted. Hounded. Haunted.

She is the most important person in the world. She is The Key

Journalist Liv Adamsen has escaped from the highly secretive Citadel at the heart of the ancient city of Ruin and now lies in isolation, staring at hospital walls as blank as her memory. Despite her inability to recall her past, something strange is stirring within her. She feels possessed by a sen-sation she can’t name and plagued by whispers only she can hear: “KuShiKaam,” the key.

To others the meaning is clear. For a mercenary operating in the Syrian Desert, a man known only as “the Ghost,” Liv may hold the key to one of history’s most powerful secrets. For the brotherhood of monks in the Citadel–now cursed by a terrible plague–her return to Turkey may be the only way to ensure their survival. And for a powerful faction in Vatican City, her very existence threatens the success of a desperate plan to save the church from ruin.

At the center of events that defy explanation and hunted by someone she believes might be trying to kill her, Liv turns to the only person she can trust–a foundation worker named Gabriel Mann. Together they must elude capture and journey to the place where all life began. From New York to Rome to the deserts of the Middle East, worlds collide in a race to uncover a revelation dating from the creation of man in this electrifying follow-up to the international bestseller Sanctus.

This is the second installment from Simon Toyne, read the review to part one, Sanctus and part three The Key. it is important to read Santcus first.and although it was once again a fast paced thriller it wasn´t quite as good as the first, but it was pretty close.

It starts a few days after the finish of the first book so it keeps you right in there with the action.

I was lucky enough to have both Sanctus and The Key at the same time and read them back to back, now though I have to wait until the third installment to be published. 😦 The downside of trilogies.