Troy Evans finds out at a young age that he can do something incredible, he can leave and return to his body, at will. For twenty-five years he hides his secret until the day when he discovers a hidden plot, one which would rock the world if exposed. Troy finds himself cast into another world and becomes one of the most wanted men in America as he fights for his life against the conspirators who try to silence him before he can reveal their dark plans.
Every man stood looking forward, steely eyed and unflinching; unaware that they were even being watched by him as he moved past them.
Then it came. In fact, the movement had been so calculatingly subtle, so fractional in time, that even Troy had nearly missed it.
The man’s eyes flitted towards the podium and with it came the full-brunt of his thought process which permeated Troy like a freight train at full speed. He knew at that instant how it was all going to happen.
"Hidden Intervention" was the second book by Real Laplaine that I read. In a way, "Hidden Intervention" seems to me like a continuation of "Intrusion", with that difference that here ("Hidden I.") unfairly persecuted outlaw uncover a conspiracy, while in "Intrusion" that is done by classic action hero on his
police duty. Both books deal with the same theme - high conspiracy - and in the both books, Laplaine pushes main conspirators (rich and powerful villains) to the second plan, so the constant action and the accompanying love stories wouldn´t get lost on their dynamics. As a film and TV producer, I think that both books are great for
adaptations. "Intrusion" is probably better for the TV series (because of its length), but "Hidden Intervention" is, without a doubt, an excellent foundation for a brilliant, original, Hollywood-action movie with elements of science fiction.
Petar I. Sweden