Book Review: ‘Unknown Nine: Genesis: Book One Of The Genesis Trilogy’ By Layton Green

Andie Roberson’s life is about to change in a big way. And not for the good. When physicist Dr. James Corwin is allegedly murdered in Italy she can’t believe it. She receives a letter from him the day before he was murdered (no body had been found yet) and it sets her on a quest to find out what happened to him and puts her life in jeopardy. The Dr. has developed a that sheds light on the reality and two rival factions want it and will do anything to get it.

As Andie starts investigating she finds that her estranged mother is somehow involved. And she finds someone is after her and has to flee for her life. She ends up on London to see an old friend of James but he is soon murdered and again people are after Andie. She has a star phone, which is what will lead her hopefully to find what everyone wants and to Dr. James.

Andie connects with an investigative reporter Cal, who also is on the run from the same people, and they team up together. They meet up in Egypt where the phone guides them and again barely escape with their lives. Then after all these years Andie gets a message from her mother to come to Venice and this can all end.

Things do not go according to plans in Venice and Andie and Cal find themselves facing the end until they get help from someone they never expect and again are on the run. Then a shocking ending leaves us waiting for the next novel in the fall of this year. This is a planned trilogy.

A thrilling story that takes off right from the beginning and never lets up. The novel is all action, with intriguing characters that you root for set among great locations. The ending leaves us wanting the next book now instead of months from now. Can’t wait to see where this story goes from here.

You can pick in up in stores on Tuesday, March 3rd.

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