The Final Hour by Andrew Klavan.
Read my reviews of the rest of the Homelanders series.
Summery:Charlie West has been running for a while now. When he woke up in a strange room with the possibility of being tortured he realized that he had forgotten his past and he was soon running from terrorists and the police. Now with his memories returning, he is stuck in prison, without real cause and no one to tell when he remember something vital. Hoping to get out he soon gets desperate enough to break out with some other thugs when an urgent memory returns. The leader of the Homelanders (the terrorists) is planning on a bombing on New Year's Eve. Charlie is the only one who knows. He has to stop him, because Charlie is one of the good guys.
Romance:Charlie likes/loves a girl, Beth. He thinks about her too.
Violence: Murder, killing and death, threats, beating someone up, abusive guard, injuries, fighting, bombs, hatred, yelling/arguments, plane crash, mention of torture.
Other:Mention of illegal actions, drugs, racism.
My Thoughts:Exciting, fast paced and Charlie is a great main character, and a real hero. With a bit of violence, yes, but Christian themes and a good plot. I truly enjoyed this series, in some ways it was a bit like Alex Rider. I would recommend this book to guys (although girls can enjoy it too!) 13+