When I finished editing my newest book, I bought myself the next book in the Scot Harvath series. This one focused heavily on bioterrorism and the military history surrounding Hannibal. When compared to the other books in the series, I didn’t find this one to be very engaging.
There was a considerable amount of discussion explaining bioweapons, especially in the ancient world. I found the content dry, boring, and lame. The book moved slow.
I’m glad that I read it so that I can keep the thread of the story going, but I’m also glad that this wasn’t the first Scot Harvath book that I read.
Would I recommend: NO