Black Sun Rising

Black Sun Rising


, audiobook, Fiction, Adventure

After Sam Cleave’s perilous experience on the North Sea oil rig, Deep Sea One, he endevours to take life a little slower and keep to his mundane journalism job at the local newspaper. However, an unforeseen turn of events urges Sam to accept a freelance writing job offered by none other than Jefferson Daniels, the world renowned explorer with whom he shared their first terrifying expedition to Antarctica in search of Ice Station Wolfenstein a year or two before.

Jefferson Daniels employs him to write a book on the new venture followed by the filthy rich and scandalously famous – a new worldwide trend of soul-searching vision quests hosted by an organization called FireStorm, which pursues to unite all people in a spiritual cohesion.
In the company of Daniels and a select few global plutocrats, Cleave is suddenly immersed into a world of social manipulation, starting with a lavish convention in Las Vegas, where they encounter the charismatic leader of FireStorm, Sara Stromer.

Soon Sam discovers that Dave Purdue and Nina Gould are also involved in this exclusive enterprise and, in the Arizona desert they are all about to discover just how deep FireStorm intends to take their initiates. When all connections to the outside world are severed and personal belongings become redundant, Sam and Nina begin to doubt the good intentions of FireStorm and its new anti-privacy software soon to be distributed worldwide. Before long their reluctance to conform becomes a gesture of threat and they soon find themselves in a desperate struggle for freedom where anyone, anywhere could be in league with FireStorm.

Will they be able to get away from a corporation that has its powerful tentacles in every crevice of society and knows everything about everyone? As the time ticks away to the launch of FireStorm’s worldwide software activation, Sam, Nina and Purdue are racing to avert it. Will this be the Death of Privacy or will the worldwide domination of personal information be successfully thwarted?

Black Sun Rising leads the reader on a roller-coaster ride in search of a legend. Packed with breathtaking suspense and nerve-shredding action, Black Sun Rising is a thrilling read for all fans of action, suspense, and intrigue.

A word from the author: Hello and thank you for your interest in my book. It has come to my attention that some people have been mistaking my books for those written by the famous author duo Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. This is not the case. I wish to clarify that I am not, by any means, related to Douglas Preston or Lincoln Child, Lee Child or any other author called Preston Child. I hope this clears up the confusion.

Title:Black Sun Rising
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    Black Sun Rising Reviews

  • Diane

    RECALL ON MIND GAMESDoes anyone recall Jim Jones, the leader of the cult that had all his followers drinking poisoned cool aid? This book painfully reminded me of that incident, along with other cults...

  • Kathryn Dean

    The gang is back again, This time they are in the midwest and south western desert of USA. Sam Cleve was invited to come to write a biograghy of a friend. A friend that was in the Nazi Ice Station a c...

  • Linda Shelton

    ExcellentThis series is just amazing, each book is a new and dynamic story. I hate to say this, but it was not as good as the others, but it was still very, very good. I finished it in two days. I alr...

  • Alan T

    Sam, Nina, Sam and Nina go to the desert southwestern US to attend a vision quest. The sponsoring group turns out to be the so-called Black Sun, a neo-natzi group aiming for world domination. Characte...

  • frank

    Be careful, this series becomes addictiveThree down and I am not sure how many there are to go, but the adventures of Sam and Nina will keep me coming back for more. Reading out of sequence is a bad i...

  • Scott

    This read was completely different. It may be too realistic for anyone in the know about world finances.For me, I thought it was not the same fast-paced hard hitting that I have gotten used to from Mr...

  • Michael Wood

    Adventure as Heroes Save Everyone from Digital Apocalypse RECOMMENDED ENJOYABLE ESCAPIST READ!Heroes Sam, Nina, and Dave uncover a plan to create a digital Apocalypse that would rob everyone, everywhe...

  • Juliana

    EntertainingCertainly different than the first two in the series, not that it is a bad thing. I still haven't figured out what Purdue's motives are as he moves from good guy to bad guy and back again....

  • Stephen

    The is was a decent book in the series although it only references events in the past books, the same characters, and the techno-cult uses the Black Sun symbol which is actually older than the Nazi co...

  • Hubert

    The plot was entertaining. I listen to all these on audiobooks as I drive to work. My complaint would be the narrator for this one compared to the others sounded more robotic and drastically changed t...