A Divine Wind

Taming a Tornado Anticipating a Trillion Dollar Disruptive Technology A Vision of Peace in the Middle East An Allegory on the Biblical Book of Job

Fiction - Thriller - General
296 Pages
Reviewed on 12/28/2021
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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite

Doron ben Avrahim was an Israeli army lieutenant whose parents died in the 9/11 bomb blast. To avenge their deaths, he took on the most dangerous missions. One such adventure took him to Iran, where a terrorist couple captured and imprisoned him in a small house on the Caspian shores for months. At the last minute, a mighty tornado rampaged through the area, leading to the escape of Doron and the terrorists’ eight-year-old daughter, Nadina. Doron returned to Israel and raised Nadina because he thought her parents were dead. But he was in for a shock. Nadina’s mother wanted her daughter along with Doron’s head, while her uncles were secretly planning an honor killing of the girl and the lieutenant. Who gets Nadina? Find out in A Divine Wind by Norman M. Jacobs MD, MS.

A Divine Wind by Norman M. Jacobs MD, MS is a fantastic and fast-paced novel that I enjoyed reading. This enticing thriller blended politics, military, espionage, romance, faith, science, fantasy, humor, religious extremism, and more. I loved the brilliant plot, exceptional character development, and realistic storyline. This novel took me behind the scenes to see how governments start and encourage wars for their benefit. Unfortunately, the populace endures varying levels of losses. Norman is a gifted storyteller that spun this story with unpredictable twists. I enjoyed the mini neurology lecture, discoveries, and advancements, as it’s my specialty. The history lessons from Israel to New York, Iran, and the Middle East also captivated me. Generations of Jews went through hell. I wish for a world where love and value for human lives are the only religion. Thank you, Norman.