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The Shadow Project by Scott Mariani Book Review

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Today, we are here with our second book review by another new writer on board TJD cruise 😀 We are glad to introduce you to Sirisha Mahesh, a dear friend of mine who is a pretty dentist by profession.  She is also a bookaholic who reads a lot of fiction and someone who likes to get creative with drawings and DIY 🙂 I still can’t get over a sketch she made of Emma Watson! ♥ I’ll tell her to share that sometime soon so that you see! 🙂

So Sirisha is reviewing The Shadow Project by Scott Mariani today 🙂 Read on to find out if it’s a hit or a miss!

51uN6zq-clL._SX316_BO1,204,203,200_Ben Hope, an ex-SAS hero, is now retired and running a facility where he trains people in the art of hostage rescue. Everything’s going smoothly until a team leader’s injury incident & an impending law suit forces him into providing protection for a Swiss billionaire,Maximilian Steiner, who has been the subject of multiple kidnap attempts.

As Ben Hope uncovers that the kidnappers are trying to get a hold of secret Nazi documents in Steiner’s possession, the plot gets thicker & his investigations unfoil a deadly plan to resurrect mysterious technology once developed by the Nazi Engineer Hans Kammler.

Can our hero save the day while encountering demons from his past, including the truth about his sister’s disappearance many years ago? Will he finally realize the affection he so strongly fells towards his old friend Brooke is more than just friendship?

Written by British Sunday Times Bestselling Author Scott Mariani, he does not fail in engulfing you entirely into world of Ben Hope.

Based on actual history, the book brings back to light the Nazi SS general Hans Kammler and the controversies surrounding his anti-gravitational machine known as “The Bell” & Hitler’s secret weapons program.

The book starts off a little slow paced but grabs your attention soon enough to keep you guessing till the very end.

Scott Mariani manages to weave three different stories- the truth about his past, sudden disappearances of scientists and Kammler’s deadly conspiracy, into one.

The Jeromy Diaries Verdict

On TJD score card,

                                  Grade                         Meaning
                                  A+                      Excellent, MUST buy!
                                  A                      Very good, worth a try
                                  B+                      Good
                                  B                      Satisfactory
                                  C+                      Go on, take a risk
                                  F                      EPIC fail! Stay away!

The Shadow Project by Scott Mariani scores Grade B+  🙂

Definitely a must-read for science history fanatics & for the others, I’d still say give it a try.

– Sirisha Mahesh

I hope you guys enjoyed this review by Sirisha! She’ll be back with more book reviews. Also, if you have any new launches in mind that you want us to review- let us know in the comments below! 🙂

Until next time,

Ciao. ♥

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  1. I’d surely give this book a read going by y our review. Thanks for sharing this 🙂

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