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In the picturesque ski resort of Pyeongchang, South Korea plays host to the XXIII Winter Olympics. As the opening ceremony of these quadrennial games commences, thousands cheer the pageantry. A colorful parade of athletes hug, wave flags and take smiling selfies. Billions more from across the globe are glued to their televisions, laptops, smartphones and tablets. A few In the picturesque ski resort of Pyeongchang, South Korea plays host to the XXIII Winter Olympics. As the opening ceremony of these quadrennial games commences, thousands cheer the pageantry. A colorful parade of athletes hug, wave flags and take smiling selfies. Billions more from across the globe are glued to their televisions, laptops, smartphones and tablets. A few kilometers north of the famed Demilitarized Zone, a hostile and bellicose neighbor has been thrown into chaos by a failed assassination and a trail of plutonium that leads to these games; unleashing events that threaten to shatter the balance of power in East Asia, and beyond. American, Chinese and Russian intelligence agencies are in a desperate race to unravel the plot that may pull them all into a nuclear Armageddon. Ensnared in the middle of this intrigue, deception and espionage are two young lovers; aspiring Olympians that due to the quirks of history are compelled to compete for rival nations. These star-crossed athletes find themselves thrown together as unwilling pawns used by different masters to help uncover the truth behind the dangerous events unfolding around the games


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In the picturesque ski resort of Pyeongchang, South Korea plays host to the XXIII Winter Olympics. As the opening ceremony of these quadrennial games commences, thousands cheer the pageantry. A colorful parade of athletes hug, wave flags and take smiling selfies. Billions more from across the globe are glued to their televisions, laptops, smartphones and tablets. A few In the picturesque ski resort of Pyeongchang, South Korea plays host to the XXIII Winter Olympics. As the opening ceremony of these quadrennial games commences, thousands cheer the pageantry. A colorful parade of athletes hug, wave flags and take smiling selfies. Billions more from across the globe are glued to their televisions, laptops, smartphones and tablets. A few kilometers north of the famed Demilitarized Zone, a hostile and bellicose neighbor has been thrown into chaos by a failed assassination and a trail of plutonium that leads to these games; unleashing events that threaten to shatter the balance of power in East Asia, and beyond. American, Chinese and Russian intelligence agencies are in a desperate race to unravel the plot that may pull them all into a nuclear Armageddon. Ensnared in the middle of this intrigue, deception and espionage are two young lovers; aspiring Olympians that due to the quirks of history are compelled to compete for rival nations. These star-crossed athletes find themselves thrown together as unwilling pawns used by different masters to help uncover the truth behind the dangerous events unfolding around the games

2 review for IGNITED The Torch and Fuse: Nuclear Terror at the Olympics

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This book was not good. It really needed a harsher editor-- there were pages of somewhat repetitive dialogue. It felt like all research was going to be shoehorned in, whether or not it was relevant. Nothing much really happened. Finally, though not entirely the author's fault, a number of things happened between publishing and the setting for this book which made it the books premise fall apart. That might have been fine for an alternate history book, but this was supposed to be a 'THIS COULD This book was not good. It really needed a harsher editor-- there were pages of somewhat repetitive dialogue. It felt like all research was going to be shoehorned in, whether or not it was relevant. Nothing much really happened. Finally, though not entirely the author's fault, a number of things happened between publishing and the setting for this book which made it the books premise fall apart. That might have been fine for an alternate history book, but this was supposed to be a 'THIS COULD HAPPEN' thriller.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gale Cansler

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