‘Into a Dark Frontier’ Takes readers on a pretty good ride
I have read some interesting thrillers recently. Each one took me on a one of a kind journey. Into a Dark Frontier is different from the rest in a many ways. I was able to get a review copy and here is what I thought of it.
You can read the plot for Into a Dark Frontier here:
In the near future, Africa collapses into an enormous failed state, leaving the continent lawless and severely depopulated. For most, the breakdown brings horror, but for others—the outcast, the desperate, the criminals, and the insane—it allows unparalleled opportunity: a new frontier of danger and unlimited possibility.
In America, ex-Navy SEAL Slade Crawford, emotionally crippled after twenty years of frontline combat, the dissolution of his marriage, and the accidental death of his son, is falsely accused of terrorism. Slade flees to Africa to build a new life and escape his past when he is captured by an enigmatic American colonel, Gary Kraven, and blackmailed into tracking down a blood cult that is rampaging across the sub-Sahara. Struggling to stay alive and to free himself from Kraven’s grasp, Slade pursues the cult across the lawless African frontier. He soon learns that nothing is as it seems and that he is standing at the epicenter of a global struggle that will determine the course of history. Slade must decide whether to fight for his life or his honor—he can’t have both.
I really liked reading Into a Dark Frontier. This story starts off a bit slow, but is quite good once it gets going. The main character Slade Crawford has a good amount of demons, but still does his best to do the right thing. Things gets pretty crazy as this tale unfolds, and there are more than a couple moments where things look pretty hopeless. The ending was alright, but it could have been better. I wouldn’t say this is a book everyone will enjoy, but those looking for a good thriller will definitely like it. To learn more about Into a Dark Frontier click on this website.