If you are hunting for some larger scale, thought-provoking read, search no more, the Executive Office trilogy is exactly what you need. But before you start to read, I have to mention that you will need an above average understanding of American political and election system along with the American political approach of the Near-East […]Read More Some thought-provoking stuff from Tal Bauer: Executive Office
To start this whole review, I have to tell you that I had my issues with these two books, mainly regarding Dan as I mentioned before. I you don’t know what I’m talking about, take a look at the previous review here.Read More Special Forces – Mercenaries I-II.
So Marshals… And easy-going story with thrilling plots and twist from Mary Calmes. The books of the series are listed below: All Kinds of Tied Down Fit to be Tied Tied Up in Knots Together Tied (it’s a ficlet taking place between book 3 and 4) Twisted and TiedRead More Marshal Series by Mary Calmes
Wow, how I liked this book! I felt like Dieter and Janos became my best friends. Blue princess and his grumpy soldier, I could so vividly imagine them. They were so real with all their emotions and characteristics. By the way, if you want to know their feelings and relationship better, don’t forget to read […]Read More Time waits (C.B. Lewis: Out of Time Trilogy 1)
Opinion regarding Soldiers and first third of Mercenaries 1. Warning: Plot spoilers ahead!!! Ok, so where to start? I loved Soldiers, even if it was painful to read at times (especially the first 2-3 chapters) while I followed the 9 years of the Main Characters’ life. Vadim’s first appearance really made me think, if I […]Read More Special Forces – Soldiers
Skybound was among the first novels/novellas I read from Aleksandr Voinov right after I have finished Soldiers. I read it along with Voinov’s other WW2 novels (I plan to write a thorough post about Voinov’s ww2 cycle). I can’t remember which order I read those books in, but it doesn’t matter to me, only the […]Read More Aleksandr Voinov: Skybound