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Length: 496 pages
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Espionage

Overall Rating: 3.5 Stars out of 4

Review by FenderMan
3½ Stars out of 4

Quicksilver should be read by anyone who likes action and political intrigue. Essentially, it involves the hostile takeover of the Pentagon during the ceremony to invite Russia into NATO and the capture of a secret American weapons system. Several of the main characters are inside the Pentagon (trying to figure out what is going on), while others are outside (contemplating how to regain control of the situation). The enemy gains control of a space-based weapon from the Pentagon, and intend to use it to shift the world's balance of power away from America. The President and his staff have to decide between the people stuck or held inside and National security, or try something daring to accomplish both. This book is suspensful, credible, well-written, and is a great story that is very entertaining. Anyone who enjoys Clancy novels will enjoy this book. Also check out the Reeves-Stevens' other book in this genre, "Icefire."

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