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Thursday, July 28, 2011

This book leaves nothing out! There's suspense, thriller, romance and murder mystery!

Review done by Song Berries

Maximal Reserve
By Sam Batterman
Petroleum exploration engineer Phil Channing uncovers the single largest oil reserve in history–and he’s only been employed for a week. The find is so large that it dwarfs all Middle East reserves combined,and lies so deep within the bowels of the earth that it can’t be reached by any conventional method. He discovers how to tap into this Maximal Reserve through research left behind by a college friend who was brutally murdered just before Phil took the job. The secret lies in the cryptic revelation of a complex of lava tubes on the southeast side of the Dead Sea known as Etsba Elohim–the Finger of God.
This knowledge provides the ability to read this incredibly strategic resource and threatens to change the world’s balance of power and wealth in favor of the small nation of Israel.
This book was so good I didn’t want to put it down! Oh my gosh,the references to the bible and how they play out was uncanny! And even more disturbing is it could be really happening. This book leaves nothing out, there is suspense,thriller,romance and murder mystery. This book also shows what people can really be like and sometimes it’s not what you think!
~I received a product sample in order to write my review. I received no monetary compensation. All opinions expressed are mine.

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