The Turning Point by W.J Blackwood is the second book from the author who previously released A Warming Death in 2018.
A young American is stranded in Scotland without any idea of how she got there. As she fights to discover the hidden forces behind her abduction, she discovers that she is the victim of a shadowy organisation with a hand in most governments across the world – an organisation completely amoral about the methods they use to achieve their goals – including people trafficking.
Her trafficker betrays the organisation due to a hopeless juvenile infatuation with her and pays with his life. She lands among a group of isolated people whose fight against the threatening lunacy of the times is essentially a fight again the same people who have attempted to abduct her.
Finding herself the subject of a serious and genuine affection which she only at length returns, she and her new companion (along with an eccentric retired policeman) fly out to California to try and uncover the truth about what has happened to her. Once there, they join forces with other rebels, but as their fight against the organisation becomes increasingly violent, the fate of the rebels hangs in the balance.
The Turning Point is a gripping read, it’s well written and has complex and interesting characters. It takes a little while to get in to the flow of the story. But it’s definitely one to perceiver with as once you get in to in to it, you will not want to put it down.
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