Rise of the Gorgon

Rise of the Gorgon When a friend and troubled army veteran kills himself independent Internet journalist Elle Pharell goes to Kuwait to investigate the mysterious private security firm he strangely does not remember wo

  • Title: Rise of the Gorgon
  • Author: Tanai Walker
  • ISBN: 9781626393677
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • When a friend and troubled army veteran kills himself, independent Internet journalist Elle Pharell goes to Kuwait to investigate the mysterious private security firm he strangely does not remember working for until the day of his suicide Elle hires brilliant interpreter Cass Hunt to help navigate the area In a remote desert village, they find everything abandoned and noWhen a friend and troubled army veteran kills himself, independent Internet journalist Elle Pharell goes to Kuwait to investigate the mysterious private security firm he strangely does not remember working for until the day of his suicide Elle hires brilliant interpreter Cass Hunt to help navigate the area In a remote desert village, they find everything abandoned and no one to tell the story of what happened save one crazed local Elle discovers a conspiracy involving the testing of biochemical weapons on civilians turning them into zombies.Cass Hunt is the Gorgon, a mind control assassin sent by a shadowy corporation to thwart Elle s investigation, to even kill her if she gets too close to the truth What Cass s handlers did not expect is an unexplainable attraction to her target Together they must decide if it is safe to expose the truth or remain silent.

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    1. All i can say is wow! my 1st time reading this author and she has blown me away with her writing style and skills. First let me say that the title might mislead you(the readers) but when you do read this story it is well written,has incredible chemistry between Cass & Elle and the storyline will not disappoint because it dives into biochemical/zombie stuff that has the Government stamp. Highly recommend to everyone and i cannot wait for the next series of this continuing story

    2. Secret operatives. Shadowy black-ops groups. Dark conspiracies. Strange super powers. Cheesy zombies(!). Impossible lesbian love. An explosive combination! Loved it! Detailed review below.Speculative fiction themes are so rare in lesfic novels that I almost invariably jump on every new release. Even rarer is spec-fic done well, so like Frank, I'm always prepared to be disappointed. But thankfully not this time! Elle Pharell, an award winning, left-wing Internet journalist wrote a touching series [...]

    3. Reviewed by Christina for QUEERcentric BooksRise of the Gorgon by Tanai Walker… wow. This is the first full-length lesbian novel I’ve ever read and just wow. I. FREAKING. LOVED. IT! LOOOOOOOOOVVVVEEEEED IT!!!!PELICAN BRIEF MEETS THE WALKING DEADI feel like this novel is James Bond meets The Bourne series meets The Pelican Brief meets The Walking Dead. Only with female heroes.I’m a huge conspiracy nut. I don’t believe in a lot of the theories, but I enjoy listening to them, the back-and-f [...]

    4. In Rise of the Gorgon, author Tanai Walker peels back fabricated reality to delve into a world that unveils the truth behind conspiracy theories. Elle Pharell is a journalist with a skin thick enough to repel the verbal bullets that conservative pundits throw at her and her mentor/business partner, Anne Humphries, on a daily basis. No amount of grit, however, could shield Elle from witnessing the suicide of her friend Rob Loera, an army veteran with severe PTSD. Elle travels to Kuwait City in se [...]

    5. This came highly recommended by a GR friend. So, of course I gave it a go, while knowing that the subject of zombies has no appeal to me whatsoever. Sadly, my dear GR friend, my feelings about zombies are once again confirmed. I just don't get it, I guess.Sorry :)

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