I received this book for free from the author. This book was sent to me through Bostick Communications. This book was sent to me in exchange for an honest review.
Started: 8th August 2016
Synopsis: The feds have a special place for marquee witnesses. It's not a matter of where; it's a matter of when. Army veteran and restaurant owner John Callan was at the wrong place at absolutely the worst time. And he paid for it with the lives of his wife and daughter. His attempt at revenge on Morgan Ropp, the country's most lethal criminal, lands him in a special, top secret section of the federal witness security program: The Janus Project. Life under Janus is supposed to be the safest available for protected witnesses - and it is for Callan until Morgan escapes from prison and finds out where - and when - Callan is hiding. The Janus Project reveals the struggle of survival when the need for revenge pushes us to the brink of disaster. This character driven novel highlights dichotomy of a man torn between the fictional life that was implanted in his new reality and the depths of his instincts that drive him within his innermost soul. Which reality will win? It's a matter of time.
Review: I would like to thank Brad Anderson and Bostick Communications for sending me this amazing book. When I read the synopsis about this book I became very excited for this book to arrive so that I could jump into reading it. This book sounded truly interested and I was sure that this book would not fail to grab my attention. This book did not disappoint; I found that it was even better than I thought it would be and I thoroughly enjoyed settling down to read this book. The Janus Project kept me hooked from start to finish and I found that I did not want to put this book down and stop reading for anything. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys science fiction and fantasy novels. After reading this book I am excited to invest time into more books by Brad Anderson and build up a collection of books by him. It's possible that Anderson may become a favourite author of mine.