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Reviewed by Ruffina Oserio for Readers' Favorite
Arklight: Operation Nightfall by JM Myrick is a compelling story involving covert military missions, WWII, time travel, God, and strong religious themes. The Arklight’s Spear Team is a powerful unit in the US military, a group of well-trained professional soldiers who only respond to the executive branch of the government. No one knows how it came to be. Now, this unit is on a secret mission to root out one of the world’s most wanted terrorists, seventy-three years after WWII. But Captain John Steadman and his team find themselves transported to 1943 where they witness a Nazi conspiracy. But what is most shocking is the discovery of a powerful artifact, a weapon linked to Christ — Titulus Crucis. Instead of hunting a terrorist, this team becomes embroiled with a power that alters Hitler’s plans and the course of history.
The author infuses a strong spiritual atmosphere into the narrative and makes readers feel as though they were experiencing the power of God, personally and physically. The writing is polished and it flows with unusual fluidity. JM Myrick has the gift of plotting and I enjoyed the intricacies in plot development, the surprises, and the sudden turns the reader experiences in the ride. The story is crafted to read like a thriller. The themes of war, terrorism, political machinations, and religion are crafted skillfully into the narrative. But it is the way that the author gets readers to experience an encounter with God that caught my attention. Arklight: Operation Nightfall is as inspiring as it is entertaining; a brilliant story.