"A thriller that takes us to the edge"
Who is this Angel Eyes, who seems invisible and
invincible as he steals special weapons leaving behind dead
people who might identify him? No one in law enforcement,
espionage, State Department, or Defense can explain how
this villain knows where to go. Whether it is
Massachusetts or Texas or elsewhere, somehow Angel Eyes
knows, comes, and steals. Even more confusing is these
state of the art weapons never seem to surface anywhere as
if Angel Eyes destroyed them, but the CIA and FBI who have
loosely collaborated on these cases have no proof beyond
the disappearance and suspicious deaths.
The CIA believes they know where Angel Eyes will strike
next. They plan to finally end his successful pilfering of
weapons. CIA operative Stephen Conway has the assignment
to keep safe a prototype cloaking device that allows users
to move while being seemingly invisible. However, others
want this gadget too and the trap to capture the master
thief unravels with several CIA agents dead, leaving Conway
apparently by himself except for perhaps his girlfriend, if
he can trust her, to confront Angel Eyes.
WORLD WITHOUT END is an action packed thriller filled
with double and triple crosses that keep on coming at the
reader. Though the premise seems stretched, the story line
keeps the reader fully indulged wanting to know what next.
The support cast is incredibly developed though the lead
character seems a bit wimpy in comparison. Still fans of
non-stop techno-thrillers will enjoy Chris Mooney's fast
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 2, 2001