A Foreplay to an Action-Adventure Like No Other

“Today was easy. Tomorrow will be hell.”

What a way to motivate someone, one would think. Those lines, however, are not to be underestimated. Robert Gallant’s Satan’s Stronghold gives adventure a run for its money, as it twists and turns the heartbeats of readers in a thrilling literary escape.

Chesney Barrett takes on the undercover agent hat as she seeks to unravel the truth behind certain operations working by the Atchafalaya Basin. Travis Weld, a seasoned agent of the Drug Enforcement Agency prepares her for a mission that entails more than just physical vigilance.

A feature that separates Gallant’s masterpiece from all other novels of this kind is that this author foreplays his readers. He boggles their minds with tricks, with seduction, with action, and with a play of all sorts of emotions. Through well-personified characters in the book, Gallant reaches out to the world with messages of evident importance in the society today, led particularly by Weld’s fight against notorious drug dealers. How all these spin up a devilish territory aptly titled as Satan’s Stronghold is what makes the adventure worthwhile.

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