By Jeremy Deconcini
A review by Mark Graham
‘Late Apex’ a novel written by Jeremy Deconcini is a story of Ben and his working through his various issues. Ben has survived many battles and will live to see more. He is a person who works for the government in various capacities, but is actually a secret agent. A traveling man who must find ways of solving personal and professional problems.
‘Late Apex’ is a fast read of short chapters that I feel could be used in an American Government/Political Science course. It covers African and maybe Middle East countries and cultures. Jeremy Deconcini’s book will promote conversation and discussion on how Ben does business. The chapters which as mentioned are fairly short makes them easily understandable and made the plot flow. There were points in the book that kind of reminded me of what has occurred in history and still going on today. With the economical and political as well as the social implications that can be seen through Ben’s journeys through South Africa and his memories of other countries. This is an intriguing read and Ben became a real person to me. Ben is an Every man.
Late Apex is the third book in DeConcini’s Ben Adams series.Another action packed adventure for Ben Adams…
ISBN: 13: 9781974679119
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