The story of one man’s attempt to live a normal life, even though he is not normal.
The United States government is under siege. A secretive cabal of super rich elitists, The Krakow Klub, has initiated the final phase of its long range plan to take over the USA from within. They have achieved control of the Presidency and the military. Their puppet in the White House has declared martial law. The Congress, The Supreme Court and many other political leaders not under their control are slated for elimination.
Only one man has the power to stop The Krakow Klub. His name is John F. Scott and he appears to be an ordinary human being. But he is part alien. His power is based on alien technology. Can he be trusted to stop the takeover and return power to a lawful government afterwards? Can he control his power once he unleashes it? Can he control himself during the process? Will he take the risk? If so, at what price?
So many troubling questions, with few clear cut answers.
In The Krakow Klub by Philip C. Elrod, a group of elitists called the Krakow Klub wants to take over the United States of America. They have planned to take the country from within. After some devious plans, they have finally taken control of the army and the White House. The President is their puppet who will do whatever they wish. Martial law is declared and now, the Krakow Klub is gleefully killing anyone who refuses to bow to their whims and orders. They have already killed the people who stood against them and they will not stop until they have full control.
John F. Scott is the only one who has the power and stamina to fight them and succeed. He is part Mylean and part human. His power comes from an alien technology, but once he gives in to the power, there is no guarantee that he will be able to harness it. Can he take the chance to stop these traitors? What guarantee is there that he will not take over after he destroys the Krakow Klub?
In this novel of power and its addiction, only the steadfast can walk this devious and treacherous path. The one who gives in to the power will be lost forever in its long maze. The Krakow Klub by Philip C. Elrod was very mesmerizing. It is actually quite scary because I can see something like that happening in the future. No one is safe from the lure of power and the Krakow Club brings this unsavory thought to the forefront. The rich always have influence and that influence brings power. If misused, it can be terrifying. And this is exactly what this novel is ... terrifyingly good!