“It is difficult to express in words how much The Morgenstern Project moved my thoughts and emotions.”

It is difficult to express in words how much The Morgenstern Project moved my thoughts and emotions... It was told simultaneously alternating between Morg's past and Morg's current life as he fights on the current front against the Consortium's machinations and his fight to distance himself from The Bleiberg Project. Morg is this larger than life Mossad agent who hunts war criminals, typically those from World War II...

The Morgenstern Project is the best of the series so far. As far as I can tell the series grows in character development, story development and David Khara, the author, grows in writing, story and character development skills as well. The book is full of excitement, action and the technology and niche of this story regarding Morg's physical abilities. As I read about Morg's past and the current story I was struck with a huge sadness for what he and the people of Poland went through during World War II and for what some of the story depicted during the current day part of the story. The Morgenstern Project draws you into everyone's lives in the story. At one point I was literally moved to tears and that is not something that easily occurs for me when reading a story, but David Khara wrote a very moving story and I look forward to seeing what happens next.” —Fiction is Stranger than Fact

The Morgenstern Project