Sunday, May 13, 2012

Lt. Commander Mollie Sanders

By Phyllis Zimbler Miller and Mitchell R. Miller

Lt. Commander Mollie Sanders is a graduate of United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD, Mollie is an electronics and computer geek, and driven to excel in everything she does to prove herself in a male dominated navy.

Lt. Commander Mollie Sanders receives assignment to sea duty as the second seat, fire control, in an F-18. While on what should be a routine training mission, Mollie and the pilot are fired upon by a mysterious missile that was not part of the training flight, thus begins a conundrum for Mollie and her pilot Kevin, nickname Surfer.

Lt. Commander Mollie Sanders is an engaging read for people that like the adventure/mystery genre. Phyllis and Mitchell weave a tail that brings intrigue and characters that will keep you reading for hours, because you won’t want to put down this book, that’s what happen to this reviewer.

This reviewer found Lt. Commander Mollie Sanders a well-written book, that should hold the interest of any reader to see what happens next, and if the ice maiden will thaw, and become a normal person. You’ll have to read the book to find out the rest of the story and where the missile might have come from.

Lt. Commander Mollie Sanders receive a must read recommendation from this reviewer and is awarded four out of five stars.

Robert Medak
Freelance Writer/Blogger/Editor/Reviewer/Marketer

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Not in the Wind, Earthquake, or Fire

By Philip Sharp

This review is from a pre-pub copy of Not in the Wind, Earthquake, or Fire. The story is a memoir of a soldier’s stay in Iraq written in a journal his wife gave him.

How would you react to being in the middle of a war zone, where you can’t trust the people living around you? What are the living conditions, and what kind of a mindset would you have in such a place?

Not in the Wind, Earthquake, or Fire is a book that will give you a first-hand look through the eyes of a soldier in a war zone with IEDs, and infiltration of fighters who don't what non-Muslims in their country  living at all.

Not in the Wind, Earthquake, or Fire also contains photographs of troupes in camp trying to make as normal a live as possible in unusual conditions.

If readers are at all interested in finding out more about where U.S. dollars are going and how our troupes are coping, reading Not in the Wind, Earthquake, or Fire will give you some idea.

This reviewer found the story engaging and worth reading for many reasons, and awards four out of five stars recommendation.

Robert Medak

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Jihad Genocide: The Last Jihad

By Ted Habib

Jihad Genocide is a story about a call to alert the powers that be in the United States and other countries about the impending Jihad and a possible date of December 31st where multiple teams of Jihadists are set to employee suicide bombers to unleash a biological agent to kill more people at one time than the September 11, 2001 attack on the twin towers in New York.

The main character in Jihad Genocide is Samuel Josef a Muslim who converted to Christianity while living in India and about his siblings who are part of the Jihadists believers that are sending money for and work at learning about what they can do to bring Islam to the world as the only allowable religion and to the utter elimination of all nonbelievers.

Is Jihad a Holy War, or is it something more diabolical. As mentioned in Jihad Genocide Samuel Josef explains in detail how his siblings work at corrupting the U.S. judicial system through intimidation and death threats if rulings go against them or the people who are working with them in their struggle to destroy the very thing that allows them the freedom to do so, while using fraud, money laundering, and scams to send money to train the next generation of Jihadists (which some call terrorists).

This is a book that all at the seat of government should read and act upon.
Jihad Genocide receives four out of five stars, but with some judicious editing could receive a higher rating. This is a must read wake-up call to free societies around the world.

Disclaimer: This reviewer was compensated for his review, which in no way relates to the rating of this book. All reviews by this author are unbiased and do not depend on any type of remuneration whether it be a complimentary copy or other form of compensation to the reviewer.
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The Between

By LJ Cohen

The Between is a book for those who love the Fae, unusual characters, and a doorway to access them.

How would you handle it, if someone told you that you’re of pure Fae blood when all you knew of was the same world that most of us live in daily? Imagine that your Fae parents were at each other’s throats, battling for total control of the Faerie Lands because of something you had no knowledge of, and placed you in the mortal world as a child.

This is the well-written and engaging premise of The Between. This reviewer found it a pleasure to read this book and recommended it to his wife who loves Fae, and creatures of fantasy, as does the reviewer.

If enjoy reading, this reviewer recommends The Between for all readers, not just fantasy readers.

Do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of The Between, sit back in a comfortable chair and enjoy yourself with a good book.

This reviewer awards four stars out of five to The Between; and is ready to read more from author LJ Cohen.

Robert Medak
Freelance Writer/Editor/Reviewer/Marketer