The End-Time Foretellers

November 15, 2018

Plucked out of early retirement, former Mossad Agent Yoav Sharf is after cyber-terrorists!

Former Mossad agent, Yoav Sharf, is a computer hacker who spends his days in a small gadget store in Tel Aviv. When Rami, his ex-IDF operator, recruits him for a final mission, he is left with no choice. Yoav finds himself trying to eliminate a digital terror organization seeking to establish a new world order by passing secret nuclear codes to Iran.

From arms dealers to spiritual mentors, he encounters a vast array of colorful characters.

His journey to locate organization members brings Yoav to meet hackers, arm dealers, and LA-based agencies in LA, San Diego, and Nevada. Benjamin, a warm and resolute American Jew, introduces him to a way of life he had never known, one that penetrates armor he had built his whole life.

Incredible adventure and human angst carry the reader on a breathtaking journey.

Digital terror, end-of-days prophecies, and human nature combine to produce a fast paced, world-embracing, apocalyptic thriller. It takes the reader on a riveting journey that begins with listless despair and soars to the heights of burning will and endless hope. The countdown has already begun, with Yoav in a race against dark minds trying to erase Israel and ignite an end time’s global war. Will Yoav succeed in stopping the organization that is trying to destroy Israel on its way to realizing its dark goals?

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A master class in thriller writing!

Author Ran Weber weaves a compelling and noteworthy thriller. With intriguing twists and turns it will easily captivate the reader’s attention from the beginning. The author paints a gripping apocalyptic thriller in a very vivid and convincing way. In addition, the characters are drawn with great credibility and conviction. It’s a fast-paced novel that will keep you engaged from the first page to the last.

The book description gives a sneak preview: ‘Former Mossad agent, Yoav Sharf, is a computer hacker who spends his days in a small gadget store in Tel Aviv. When Rami, his ex-IDF operator, recruits him for a final mission, he is left with no choice. Yoav finds himself trying to eliminate a digital terror organization seeking to establish a new world order by passing secret nuclear codes to Iran.

His journey to locate organization members brings Yoav to meet hackers, arm dealers, and LA-based agencies in LA, San Diego, and Nevada. Benjamin, a warm and resolute American Jew, introduces him to a way of life he had never known, one that penetrates armor he had built his whole life.

Digital terror, end-of-days prophecies, and human nature combine to produce a fast paced, world-embracing, apocalyptic thriller. It takes the reader on a riveting journey that begins with listless despair and soars to the heights of burning will and endless hope. The countdown has already begun, with Yoav in a race against dark minds trying to erase Israel and ignite an end time’s global war. Will Yoav succeed in stopping the organization that is trying to destroy Israel on its way to realizing its dark goals?’

Now, if that’s not enough to get your curiosity juices flowing, I don’t know what will. But if you want to find out what happens, you’ll just have to turn the pages for yourself! However, I will say it was well worth the read. It’s my first time reading this author and I must say I was very impressed with the imagery, language and writing style.

The End-Time Foretellers had every element a good story should have. An intriguing plot, attention to detail, but best of all fleshed out, well-written and well-rounded character development. There’s plenty of imagery in the writing style that makes you feel like you are right there in the story, and that’s something I really look for in a good book.

A fascinating and interesting story, this book had me engaged from the very beginning. The story flowed from scene to scene with ease, and the author shows exceptional ability when it comes to storytelling. I would highly recommend this book and would add that it has a distinctly cinematic feel to it. I see no reason why it couldn’t be adapted for the Silver Screen. I honestly think this would make a great movie. Five stars from me and I’ll be looking forward to reading more from Ran Weber in the future.

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