Author Kristina O’Donnelly describes Ride The Eagle:
Tensions Explode in New York City Newspaper Union Strike When Passions Are At War With Principles! Caroline Keller is the first labor relations representative for the nation’s largest daily newspaper, The New York Mirror. As a rising star in the “Citadel of Corporate Power,” she is also the fastest in the fast lane, racing straight to the top. Until she finds herself bargaining not only for her employer, but also for her heart. Lester Gordon, of Cherokee-Indian roots, is the man leading the union battle. Brilliant and uncompromising, he is a man who fights for what he believes in without giving an inch. He is everything Caroline has ever wanted in a man, but he’s Labor, she is Management. Enemies on the Business Battle Field Caught in a No Win Negotiation of Love.
This book is a great read! It is about passionate people who leap off the page and share their heart, their hopes, desires and fears. Lester and Caroline come across as real people due to Kristina’s wonderful writing. She has a talent for bringing her characters to life and letting them express themselves. The ex-wife and estranged daughter, the mom and the boss and co-workers all have important roles they play in the life of Lester and Caroline as they try to leave the past and move into an unknown future in the midst of a serious labor strike.
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Author Hay describes his book “An Abduction Revelation: The Comeback Kid Returns”:
“A blend of Total Recall with Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Who are the Abductors? Where are they hiding? Where do they come from? Do they even exist?
Join 'the kid' in his global journey to discover the secrets behind his abductions as he comes face to face with his abductors.
It is an adventure packed with action, mystery, exhilarating plot twists, comedy, romance, suspense, and a revelation that might torment your reality.”
Are we alone? Thomas says we are not. He writes an interesting and rather convincing story of his personal experiences that prove we are not alone! Do I believe him? Maybe, maybe not.
I know one thing for sure, this book is a lot of fun to read! He has some amazing adventures and most of it is very believable. We get to know Thomas from his days as a boy growing up in the Midwest. He joins the Navy and strange events seem to dog him wherever he goes.
Will you believe him? You might. I hope you read the book for yourself.
4.8 of 5 stars!
Thomas has combined this volume with volume two into a new book titled The Abduction Chronicles.
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Author G. H. Neale describes -Archipelago- A Problem in this manner:
“ARCHIPELAGO, a literary fiction of four characters’ discrete lives one random day in one random town.
The reader is chaperoned through the animated reality of this town. A town which “not in all historie, any memorable thing concerning it” occurred and, through performances of the characters, is invited to consider his own communal actions.
The novel commences with inquisitive poet Philomena Isabela Cordova passing her second novel to newly found friend Parveen Pattni, a young Hindu lesbian and burgeoning fine artist. Parveen begins to read Philomena’s book at the same time as Stephen Rei, disillusioned and hedonistic literary agent of some fifty years, is reading another one of Philomena’s “scribblings”. Philomena is lustily pursued by her step-sister’s husband and, as per the classical myth, Stephen and Parveen read of her assault, her retribution and more.
For ARCHIPELAGO is a very queer affair, unbearably queer perhaps”
Four people, in one town, on one day. That is a monumental task, because it’s not just those four, but also the people they interact with, and the dog; don’t forget the dog. Mr. Neale doesn’t just make it work, he weaves so many different threads into a rich and varied tapestry of events and the emotions behind them. He uses diverse forms of literary styles to explore the communications, and relationships.
Mr. Neale has easily demonstrated his mastery of the English language. Each character has a point of view and all are expressed, so let the mingling commence.
I rate -Archipelago- A Problem 4.9 of 5 stars!
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