Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Ebook - Tracks Review

I love reading books. When I heard that the story of Tracks is related to kidnapping children, I was intrigued. A woman gets raped and murdered and her young son gets kidnapped. The grieving father starts looking for his child and makes it his life mission to save other children from getting kidnapped or saving them from kidnappers. He gets help from other people who also believe in his mission. The story continues as they try to find and save other children from all over the world. In such situation, they get a tip about the child and a larger conspiracy that involves international terrorism. The story is a real page turner and is very gripping. Because of the large number of characters involved and the different regions they are from, I sometimes had to go back and find out who the characters are.

Here is more information about the book.

In a thrilling manhunt, a grieving father is tracking any clues, any traces of his kidnapped child while forming an international organization that tracks other missing children.
The suspense never ceases as the flesh trade, divorce disputes, and child slavery are all being probed by Sam Baker and his team across the globe. The mysterybuilds as deep in the Sinai Desert, amongst immortal granite cliffs and The Gulf's breathtaking shades, there lays Sam's greatest fears. Hate, corruption, and greed threaten his organization and he turns to a secret outfit for help. Then a horrible scheme to use children to spread terror is revealed and the trackslead to an inevitably lethal confrontation with a merciless terrorist group.
This is a tale of modern terrorism, international intrigue, diplomacy, and sacrifice, all in hopes of finding one small boy.
Will Sam find his son?
"TRACKS",Niv Kaplan's second novel, is a riveting adventure of people who risk everything to track and liberate missing children.

The book is sold on Amazon and is available here.
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