Golden Dawn

Thomas M. Kostigen

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Golden Dawn

Golden Dawn By Thomas M. Kostigen Golden Dawn Golden Dawn is a high octane international thriller from a seasoned journalist and New York Times bestselling nonfiction author Thomas Kostigen Trailing his IRA bomber uncle journalist Michael Shea s

  • Title: Golden Dawn
  • Author: Thomas M. Kostigen
  • ISBN: 9780765329332
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Golden Dawn By Thomas M. Kostigen Golden Dawn is a high octane international thriller from a seasoned journalist and New York Times bestselling nonfiction author Thomas Kostigen.Trailing his IRA bomber uncle, journalist Michael Shea stumbles onto the biggest story of his life a plot to smuggle nuclear material into Iran Discovered and marked for death, Shea flees the Iranian secret service His only helpGolden Dawn is a high octane international thriller from a seasoned journalist and New York Times bestselling nonfiction author Thomas Kostigen.Trailing his IRA bomber uncle, journalist Michael Shea stumbles onto the biggest story of his life a plot to smuggle nuclear material into Iran Discovered and marked for death, Shea flees the Iranian secret service His only help comes from the beautiful mystic Neda Ghazali, a member of the ancient sect of the Golden Dawn For centuries, the sect has guarded a secret prophecy of the End Times a prophecy that international terrorists and Iran s president are exploiting for their own gain.Shea leaves a trail of bodies behind as he rushes to reveal the truth before Neda s cataclysmic prophecy comes true.
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    1. Glenda Bixler on said:

      There have been a number of writers offering books about religions, secret documents or artifacts, and end time news, but none of them have been as satisfactory for me as Golden Dawn by Thomas M Kostigen Why Because he has confronted the major divisive religious issues that have dominated the world for many years.Even if a book is fiction, it nevertheless can provide important information and a better understanding of what is happening in today s world The video below, for instance, is an exclus [...]

    2. Ben Rand on said:

      Just terrible I wanted to stop about 50 pages in, and then it was like this train wreck happening in slow motion that I couldn t help but see through to the end As proof, here s a sample paragraph that I could have pulled at random from almost anywhere in the book The jet crashed into one of the burned out apartment buildings by the airport It stopped O Shaugnessy and Abramov scrambled to their feet They had made it Sort of.On and on it went Like that Excruciating Little did I know what the day [...]

    3. Denis on said:

      half a star Long story short, I got this book as a gift from my best friend, as she always made fun of me because all the books I read are written by people who are already dead for centuries, some even for millennia She wanted me to try something new and I wasn t that sure of that I finally decided to give it a shot, and, oh boy, that was the worst decision ever I read the first 210 pages, and I couldn t take any Every page was harder to turn as I felt that the author was treating me as I was s [...]

    4. Keith on said:

      You know, I really don t like to give novels bad reviews, mainly because it makes me look like an idiot for buying it in the first place, but let s face it some fiction is just better left unpublished this one qualifies Two Irish rogues, not only related but with names so similar that you sometimes forget who s speaking, are engaged in trying to save the world from a mad Iranian leader well, one ismetimes who is intent on destroying the world And if the plotless premise isn t predictably weak en [...]

    5. George Ilsley on said:

      Every time I read one of these thrillers, I think, why did I bother Have I not yet learned my lesson.Just a slow learner, I guess This one is better than most of the others I read recently The genre seems to have little room for creativity every character is a stereotype, and then they die The notion that intelligence agencies are involved in terrorist schemes is hardly a revelation I actually liked this book until the last few pages, where the author had sketched out an ending but then I guess [...]

    6. Michael Griswold on said:

      The starting criteria that I use for political thrillers is whether the plot seems plausible because I ve often found that political thrillers tend to veer towards the frighteningly realistic or descend towards outright implausibility.Golden Dawn by Thomas Kostigen is a brilliant example of the former While on the hunt for his IRA bomber uncle, journalist Michael Shea stumbles into a plot to stumble nuclear material into Iran This makes him the target of SAVAMA the Iranian secret service His onl [...]

    7. Sarah Beth on said:

      This is a GoodReads First Reads Giveaways review.Thomas Kostigan s novel, Golden Dawn, is ambitious piece of literature First, it s obviously flawed There is too much going on although it s easy to catch up in the book The novel begins with Michael Shea, a Northern Irish journalist, who is on assignment in the Middle East He gets involved into a whirlwind adventure and ride through Turkey, Iran, and Italy The characters here including the protagonist aren t well developed enough The novel is ac [...]

    8. Stephen on said:

      Michael Shea, Irish journalist has just gotten a lead on his uncle Sean O Shaughnessy, renegade bombing expert from the Irish Republican Army He has spent his adulthood trying to bring his uncle to justice Michael still blames himself for a bombing in Omagh at which many died He was only a teenager but he felt implicit because his uncle had used him to give false information to the police Now his lead has taken him to Iran and a chance to get back at his uncle And so starts Thomas M Kostigen s d [...]

    9. Helene on said:

      I received this as a free First Reads copy and I was not disappointed Once I started this book, it was difficult for me to put it down Part of this is due to the fact that the chapter lengths in this book are very short, so I kept reading just one chapter But I also found the story gripping and I was intrigued that Michael and Neda were able to keep eluding the SAVAMA agents pursuing them Michael Shea is a journalist who covers world events He also has a personal mission to stop his uncle, Sean [...]

    10. Kiran Poet on said:

      Golden Dawn keeps the reader speeding up and down hills with the stars Shea, an Irish journalist, sets out to stop his uncle in his ghost tracks Shea s uncle involves himself in a plot for mass assassination with the president of Iran, Talib Along the way, Shea meets Neda, a widow and native of Iran with a secret Shea must find out her secret and kill his uncle before Talib destroys the world Shea fights for his and Neda s life in Golden Dawn Uncover the secrets of Golden Dawn with Shea as bodie [...]

    11. Lori Tatar on said:

      Golden Dawn by Thomas M Kostigen is a thrill ride from the very beginning to the absolute, surprising ending It is packed with adrenaline and testosterone in fairly equal parts If you want a book filled with global intrigue of pre biblical proportions, this one is for you Thank you

    12. Laurie on said:

      The writing style just didn t work for me And started with way too many implausible things, which weren t even required to move the story forward After several chapters, just skimmed to the end in about 5 minutes and gave up.

    13. David Hickey on said:

      As much as I tried, I couldn t finish this book It was too convoluted for me to really understand what was going on.

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