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The Malacca Conspiracy

Don Brown has the uncanny ability to tell a story which, even though it is fiction, is filled with facts about real geography, real politics, real governments, war, weapons, science, human nature and world religions woven together with such finesse that one learns perti...
Don Brown has the uncanny ability to tell a story which, even though it is fiction, is filled with facts about real geography, real politics, real governments, war, weapons, science, human nature and world religions woven together with such finesse that one learns pertinent details about these varied areas while just reading an awesomely exciting mystery novel. The daring travels of Navy JAG officers, Zack Brewer and Diane Colcernian, continue throughout the US and the world. The gripping and spell-binding adventures have you turning the pages faster than a speed reader because you want to get to the next ship, the next embassy, the next action or reaction of the US President, or another Rambo-type exploit by the Navy SEALS. It is explosive action from page one to page 349.
One must surmise that Don Brown during his five years as a young Navy JAG Officer had a pressing desire to run away with a squad of Navy SEALS for a two-month action packed summer vacation on a group of tropical islands in the South Pacific. What an imagination!
The book is educational in another important area. Learn about Jesus and our relationship with Him as you attempt to guess the next twist this tale will take. Even if the next twist is not the way you wanted it to be you will see that God can cause good to come from even very bad situations.
Bravo! Great job with the Malacca Conspiracy, Don!

posted by HenryMorris on August 16, 2010

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Malacca Malarkey

PLEASE KNOW that this book is a thinly veiled (and poorly written) piece of extremest propaganda. If you are a narrow minded reader, extreme born again Christian, or a 13 year old boy you MAY like this book. Being none of those I was bored by its characters, embarrass...
PLEASE KNOW that this book is a thinly veiled (and poorly written) piece of extremest propaganda. If you are a narrow minded reader, extreme born again Christian, or a 13 year old boy you MAY like this book. Being none of those I was bored by its characters, embarrassed by its portrayal of Christianity (my religion,) surprised at its sexism, and shocked at its casual use of mass violence and destruction. That's all.

(Thought I'd save some of you from making the same mistake of believing the 5 star "reviews" before me that I did.)

posted by 4625288 on September 6, 2010

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