The Bonner Incident: Joshua’s War by Thomas A Watson and Michael L Rider – Review

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5 Stars

When pushed to far, Joshua starts a war with the federal government to protect his family.  With friends guarding his family, Joshua is able to concentrate on those that the government have sent to kill him.  Their battle goes public, and no matter what the feds do they are unable to stop Joshua from getting his message out.  With everything escalating out of control, they want a speedy end to Joshua.  The citizens that have been watching, also start to fight back against the Government uniting people from all over this nation.

Mr. Watson has done an excellent job on this series.  This is one series I recommend everyone read, though it is not for the faint of heart.  The corruption in our government is real, and a lot of the laws they have passed violate the Constitution and the Bill of Rights!

The Bonner Incident by Thomas A Watson and Michael L Rider – Review

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4.5 Stars

A chilling tale that will keep you riveted.  Government corruption abounds in this political thriller.  When the government decides they want what Joshua has, they chose to use Civil Forfeiture to obtain it.  With threats to kill both him and his family, Joshua kills the officer and begins to unite the people in a way the government never hoped to see.

This is not for the faint of heart, this one is for those that know and believe that the government and the laws they are creating now are slowly eradicating the Constitution and the Bill of Rights as set forth by our forefathers.

Transition by G.E. Stills – Review

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5 Stars

Love this book.  Although not as steamy as some of his work, G.E. Stills manages to pack quite a punch into this tale.  A quick read that will hook you from the start.  Love how Cali’s ingenuity and inner strength allow her to deal with being kidnapped, yet she doesn’t give up.

Thanos Dawn of Man (Thanos Book 1) by Thomas A Watson – Review

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5 Star

An enchanting tale full of magic and mystery.  A great plot with excellent character interaction. I started reading this while on vacation, and it was a struggle to put down to do anything else.  This one will suck you right into the pages and keep you hooked from start to finish.  I can’t wait for book 2 to be released as I really want to know what happens next.  I loved this book.

The Swamps of Jersey by Michael Stephen Daigle – Review

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2 Stars

I expected this book to be more about finding the murderer than about politics where this is supposed to be a mystery.  However to my disappointment, there is more political scheming than anything about solving a murder.  I had trouble keeping interest in this one.  The characters lacked depth and their was a lack of emotion felt while reading.  At times, the author did manage to capture my attention for a brief time.  I feel that if most of the political intrigue was lost and the author focused more on the murder, this would be a great mystery.

The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam by Marc Cullison – Review

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4 Stars

An insightful tale into the life of a Vietnam Helicopter Pilot.  This is the pilots story and experiences that he is sharing.  Their is no glamour in war.  War is Hell, and this story details some of what he has experienced and felt during that time.  I hope everyone takes the time to read this story and remember those who were lost fighting for their country.