After finishing the excellent Tears in Tripoli: A Jake Collins Novel, I went looking for other works by the same author and stumbled across this. This is a different type of story from the previous book by incorporating science fiction and fantasy into it. Even if you're not a big fan of those genres, but love a great action epic, I urge you to give this a go. You will not be disappointed.
Like Tears in Tripoli, the obvious military background oozes through the pages in which the author introduces you to an ex-military expert called Ken and his devoted wife Jane as they embark on a time-travelling battle with a demon across multiple dimensions that threatens the very existence of humanity.
I found this trilogy very easy to read due to the light, flowing writing style, but it is never weighed down too heavily with the science fiction detail. A word of warning to the squeamish, the descriptions of some of the battles and gore scenes do not leave much to the imagination.
Looking back, the story simply flew by, it never felt like a drawn out saga that some trilogies do. There are some fantastic ideas and surprises in there just waiting for you to discover. It is hard to write a review that doesn't give any of them away.
Another great book by Paul Rice. I read Tears in Tripoli and Dangerous games before this, and what an interesting read it is, plenty of action, twists and turns, suspense. And makes you think about 'stuff'', highly recommended