NO – YOU ARE NOT SEEING DOUBLE. I have posted this before but……
I so enjoyed this book! See the original review below. But even better the author contacted me and offered a free Paperback copy if I wanted to give it away! Here’s your chance – Comment on this blog and that’s your entry – can’t get much easier. I will do a drawing on Saturday, May 30 at 5 p.m. (C.T.)
Unfortunately, due to the current limitations on shipping, only people in the continental USA can enter! Leave a comment below on this blog to win. Once I do the drawing for the winner, I will post the winner and follow up by contacting the winner for mailing instructions. Good Luck!
I love action-adventure stories that are set in real-life settings with authentic relationships. This book is a terrific match for me because it has it all! Set in Afghanistan, Green Beret Eddie Roark is sent to assassinate a specific leader of the Taliban. Unfortunately, the helicopter is shot down and Eddie finds himself stuck in the top of a tree with one of the branches sticking all the way through his leg, while members of the Taliban walk underneath him.
This book is a fascinating read that is very well researched and provides lots of material to keep you thinking. The story continues with Abraham, a young afghan, helping rescue Eddie and a missionary nurse, Mary Beth nursing him back to health. The story covers the relationships Eddie develops in Afghanistan and the struggles Eddie has with the wonderful people of Afghanistan and the frightful Taliban, especially in terms of finishing his assignment.
This is the first in the Rogue Warrior Series by Margaret Ferguson. Her main character, Eddie Roark, reminds me a lot of Jack Reacher albeit an emotionally healthier Reacher. I loved this book and cannot wait for the second!
4 thoughts on “Win a paperback copy of this book!”
Sounds like something I’d like to read! I love you suggestion so I hope I win!
Yes, I need something to read and pass along to my boys.
Nothing better than a book that leaves you wanting more!
An emotionally healthy Reacher??? One must first feel emotions to be emotionally healthy…