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by Chad Huskins

eBook Khan in Rasputin's Shadow epub
  • ISBN: 1432711083
  • Author: Chad Huskins
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (January 14, 2009)
  • Pages: 808 pages
  • ePUB size: 1506 kb
  • FB2 size 1613 kb
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Khan in Rasputin's Shadow; is a unique book that defies contemporary fiction. about this book: Set in Florence, Colorado, just outside of ADX prison, the most fortified prison in the world, two mercenaries will attempt the impossible. It's setting is the Colorado Desert and the Administrative Maximum United States Penitentiary, or 'Supermax'. In reality, Supermax is located in Florence, Colorado, and. Codename KHAN: A former member of . Special Forces, he is hired by the mysterious Axis Group to penetrate ADX and extract a prisoner known only as "Prisoner 86.

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Chad Huskins is the EVVY Award-winning writer of novels Khan in Rasputin's Shadow, Psycho Save Us (which is being developed into film by Sundance filmmaker John Harkrider), and most recently The Sol Ascendancy, a sci-fi alien epic! So, what are the greatest games to play? We all know that if you include classics such as Super Mario Bros. Books By Chad Huskins.

Chad Huskins’ debut novel "Khan in Rasputin's Shadow" won the 2009 EVVY Award for fiction. He has written fourteen novels and numerous short stories. He is a self-defense instructor, has trained SWAT and bodyguards, and works private security. Profile URL. Chad Huskins.

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Khan in Rasputin's Shadow; is a unique book that defies contemporary fiction. It's setting is the Colorado Desert and the Administrative Maximum United States Penitentiary, or "Supermax". In reality, Supermax is located in Florence, Colorado, and was deemed by Guinness as the most secured prison in the world. It is home to over two hundred inmates, all of them considered too dangerous for society.The two main characters of the book are codenamed "Khan" and "Rasputin", and they work for a shadow agency known only as the Axis Group. Khan is a former U.S. Special Forces operative, at retirement age but selling his services as mercenary to Axis. Rasputin is younger, more energetic, and is a lifelong survivalist, tracker, and stealth expert who was recruited by Axis a few years ago. For the first time ever, they are assigned together for a mission: to infiltrate Supermax and to extract an inmate known only by his designation in the federal prison records as Prisoner 866.This book uses in-depth knowledge of the prison system to flesh out even the characters inside Supermax, such as Warden Umway and his associate wardens. It reveals their day-to-day lives inside the pen, and what they must endure each day to keep the inmates in check.Khan and Rasputin must find any exploitable method inside the prison in order to complete their mission tactfully. But when it seems Axis has sent an assassin "sweeper" to silence them both, the origins, ethics, and motives of their faceless employers come into question. Who is Prisoner 866? What does Axis want with him?Part suspense, part tactical caper, and part character study, "Khan in Rasputin's Shadow" is a well-researched caper. It delves into the psychology of the search, the careful training it takes to go unnoticed, and what drives some people to take dangerous risks. It also looks into the carefulness of our government's prison systems, and the dangers they keep from all of us, while propelling the characters towards either success or doom at the hands of a shadowy conspiracy.
Comments: (5)
Ddilonyne
My initial thought when starting this very long book was that it could have used a strong editor to pare down some of the excess prose. And I didn't care for the stilted dialog...I couldn't hear it in my mind as I suspect the author intended. But midway through the first section, the storyline and Chad Huskins' intimate knowledge and description of stalking, reconnaissance, weaponry, stealth, surveillance, mediation, detachment from feeling...all of this totally overshadowed the technical defects in this author's first novel. I was fascinated by Khan in the same way a person is fascinated by a poisonous snake. Rasputin goes down as one of the most flawed yet likeable characters in any book I've ever read, and that's a lot. By the end, I was Googling Tom Brown Jr's tracker school, the ADX supermax prison in Fremont County, CO, and all sorts of other fascinating details that Huskins casually tosses into the plot. I'm not a huge believer or disbeliever in conspiracy theories, but I do love reading about them. And, in the end, I loved this book.
Zulurr
Ever wonder what it would take to sneak into the most complex and secure prison in the world? Why would anyone attempt to break into a facility no one has successfully broken out of? What kind of organization would fund such an attempt? What kind of people are so unfit for society, so beyond hope that they're legally locked away forever?

If any of these questions peak your interest, then this solid thriller is for you. The characters are mostly solid and the dialogue a bit "blocky", but does a good job of moving the story along.

My only real issue stems from the awkward prose in which it's written. At 800+ pages, this is an ambitious and engaging story that probably could have been told in 600 pages or less.
Uste
This book delves deep into some pretty heavy philosophical ideas that can be hard to follow if you're not paying attention. But if you are paying attention, then they can really make you think about life and the world around you. It is action-packed and incredibly detailed. I went through many emotions while reading it, particularly near the end. Huskins has an uncanny ability to make you root for his main characters, even when they are not people that you would ever actually want to meet in real life. My suggestion if you are considering this book - make sure that you have the time and attention span to devote to really enjoying it before beginning. It is worth the time and concentration. It is NOT a light read.
Cia
I read this book and really liked it a lot. Now my wife is reading it and likes it so far. I was totally captivated by the author's obviously knowledgeable descriptions of how these characters "sneak". I had no idea these sorts of skills even existed. I have never read a story quite like this one and I recommend it to anyone who likes suspense or military fiction.
Macill
I'm a fan of capers, thrillers, and mysteries that involve icy realism. This book blends all of the elements of style and intrigue to create an original story that seems almost plausible.
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