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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Deceit of the Earth: Heavy Metal is a work of fiction in the thriller, suspense, and action subgenres, and was penned by author Henry Cox. Written for the mature adult reading audience, the work does contain some moderately sensitive content, including non-explicit sexual scenes, graphic violence, and some instances of explicit language. Cox is back with another explosive adventure after the aptly titled Deceit of the Soul - Saving the World from COVID-19. Now we turn our attention to the precious metal resources on our home planet and the race to blast into space for ultimate technological dominance. So when the capable and clever dark operative Benjamin Oliver is pulled back into service, you know things are about to get serious.
Author Henry Cox has crafted a superb work of conspiracy and thriller fiction for anyone who wants an incredible but highly believable plot to follow. I found the various settings of the work to be vivid and exciting, taking us across a broad spectrum of humanity from the past to the future with our hero Benjamin. The dialogue was also snappy, sharp, and helpful in clearing up complex plot areas and repeating essential facts that we need to fully understand the depth of the ongoing conspiracy. As for the conclusion to the plot, it was highly satisfying and will leave you thinking about its real-world repercussions for a long time after you set the book down. Overall, I would definitely recommend Deceit of the Earth: Heavy Metal to fans of Cox’s previous work and newcomers seeking exciting thriller fiction that genuinely captures human ingenuity at its best.