Lethal Angel


Loved it! 😍

Enjoyable play of good vs evil, well developed and relatable characters!

This book is following Kern Hendleys, a data scientist, on his hunt of a serial terrorist known as the Angel. We see both sides to this story, viewing both bad and good and how they use technology to get their own desired outcome. We see the Angel use the internet to track down already tormented people and convince them to become suicide bombers. We then see Kern Hendley use the same formats to try and find the Angel and stop is ferocious attacks.

I found it quite impressive that the author managed to connect me so well to the characters, even that of a terrorist that you hated. They both seemed very relatable and I could understand both peoples reasonings. I think that's good considering the evil acts that was being handled.

I did struggle with the computer jargan in this story, I did expect to see some of course with it being a technological thriller but at times it became a little too much for me and I found myself feeling lost but as the book continued, this confusion did diminish and I felt a lot better about it.

I really enjoyed this as a book and I enjoyed going on this journey with the characters and seeing the classic play out of good vs evil that is always a good way to hook a reader and it definitely worked on me. I do think at times that the scene was hard to flesh out in my head and I couldn't make sense of when and what was happening, I think this book would be an incredible adaption to a short tv series or even a movie as it is written as though it would be perfect for it.

Great for any thriller readers especially those with an interest in technology!

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About the author

About William Lewis Kuechler Call me Bill. My cybersecurity background provides a solid tech base for Lethal Angel. I live in Reno, Nevada where I ski, hike the Sierras, off road and seek out deserted roads on my motorcycle when I’m not writing or teaching mindfulness. view profile

Published on October 01, 2020

Published by Tonopah Books

100000 words

Contains mild explicit content ⚠️

Genre: Technothriller

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