Thursday, February 11, 2021

The Banker and the Dragon by Martin Lundqvist - Guest Blogger Book Review

When a new virus emerges, one man is set to change the future.

The Australian agent Jared Pond is sent to investigate the rumours of a new Chinese bioweapon, the Hei Bai virus. During his assignment, Jared meets and falls in love with the Chinese civil rights activist Eileen Lu, the enemy of the CPOC. Together, Jared and Eileen try to uncover the dark secrets of the villainous dictator Chairman Jing Xi and his assistant Tzi Cheng. But who is Pierre Beaumont, and what is the connection between the spread of the virus and the World Bank's CEO?

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Jennifer's Review
The Banker and the Dragon is a really good book. I liked it. 
It's about a banker from Australia who meets up with a woman who wants to save her country(China) from the ruler tyrant Jing Xi. He has created a new virus named Hei Bai, which is worse than the coronavirus. This happens in 2021. 
Together they are helped by a wealthy man who wants to become even wealthier by having the secretary for Jing kill him. He then offers a cure that will kill the virus, but not without serious consequence. 
What happens to China and the people that wreaked havoc? Read on to find out. 
3 stars

Author Bio
Martin is a Swedish male born in 1985
He has lived in Australia since 2012, and has been with his partner Elaine Hidayat since 2013.

Martin's writing history
Martin wrote wrote his first book, the psychological crime thriller James Locker: The Duality of Fate back in 2013.

After that Martin had a break from book writing for a couple of years.

In late 2016, Martin decided to take up book writing again and he finished his Science Fiction novel The Divine Dissimulation a year later.

In July 2018 Martin finished his third book, The Divine Sedition. which constitutes the second book in The Divine Zetan trilogy.

In 2018 Martin also wrote a short-story for children Matt's Amazing Week and a parody novella called Divine Space Gods: Abraham's Follies

In January 2019 Martin finished writing Divine Space Gods II: Revolution for Dummies

Martin's style
Martin is a multi-genre writer who likes to mix up his works. So far he has released works in the crime, science fiction, humor and children genre, and he intend to write more genres in the future to mix up his repertoire and improve his writing.


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