Bone Chase (2020) #99

We’ve all seen those picture on the internet of giant human skeletons, but are they real? In Bone Chase they are, and we are quickly wrapped up into a global network of people who want it to remain a secret. But how do you hide giants and all of the evidence that has been left behind? The Six-Fingered Mafia, and the Council of David have some ideas about that, and are at odds about the future of humankind.

Book description:

Bone Chase is a cross genre thriller by Weston Ochse, published by Saga Press in December 2020.

Synopsis:

Ethan father sends him a mysterious package shortly before his unexpected death. The package contains secret information about a conspiracy that giants roam the earth, and a list of things to avoid to stay out of trouble. But trouble ensues and Ethan finds himself wrapped up into the world of paranoia, conspiracy and an ancient battle for control over the earth.

Praise and critiques:

I’ve read a few of Ochse’s books in various genres and he nails it every time. Bone Chase is no exception. I tore through this book in a few afternoons and honestly had a hard time putting it down. Fast paced and exciting throughout, the story went to many places that I did not expect.Ethan and his girlfriend Shanny get sucked into the dark worlds of conspiracy and end up on the run. Different groups crawl out of the woodwork and it seems like everyone is out to get them. Their adventure takes them all over the world in search of giants and the bones they’ve left behind. If you’re looking for a fast and fun read filled with action (Ochse does action particularly well), then this book is for you. This one is a page turner, I enjoyed the set of characters throughout the book, many of which were unexpected and rich. Ochse manages to take on a theme that didn’t particularly interest me and keep me hooked for over 300 pages, he’s that great of a storyteller.

Recommendations:

Fans of thrillers will love this book, as well as those interested in the idea that giants may have once inhabited the earth.

Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

4 of 5, an exciting page turner

Reviewed by:

Jean-Paul Garnier
Jean-Paul Garnier

Jean-Paul L. Garnier lives and writes in Joshua Tree, CA where he is the owner of Space Cowboy Books.


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