“Death or near-death experiences can shake ions in the body to reveal well hidden secrets, suppressed emotions and unspoken passions.
In the futuristic novel, Ionshaker by Felix Timothy, Trey Woodley is a wanted man! Everyone wants to find him and some will stop at nothing to see him dead! When Trey's wife is murdered with no apparent motive, the police and FBI believe that he is the suspect. Especially when a husband who is madly in love with his wife, stays out all night at work and doesn't bother checking in.
However when the police locate him, he is on his way to meet his ex-girlfriend, Robin Ironside, who he was informed was in an accident and not expected to live. Having Trey listed as her next of kin, he was in route to see Robin but didn't want his wife to know. When the police track Trey down, the soon discover that Robin's accident was intentional. She wasn't suppose to live. How can two women be linked to Trey and both are slated to be murdered only Robin manages to escape death? What is Trey's connection to Robin and how many more will die as they cross paths with Trey in the process?
With the FBI agents Nicole Anderson and Brett Dawson trying to locate Trey, he eludes them long enough to stay one step ahead. Only the FBI aren't the only ones trying to find him, a group known as Al Fakir is also looking for Trey and the secrets that he holds make him the man to find. Trey knows about a a cutting edge interstate Nuclear arming/disarming software called the Ionshaker, that will control any device that is operated by nuclear power, from power plants to weapons of mass destruction and they will stop at nothing to find him.
I received this eBook formats of Ionshaker compliments of Felix Timothy for my honest review. I felt the author has a great premise for the storyline and one can imagine how the device can be used to gain control over any country if they have it. At times the dialogue can be a bit corny and uses a lot of catch phrases, but I feel overall the author did an exceptional job with his novel. In this case I rate this novel a 4 out of 5 stars in my opinion. ”