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Soldier of God (Kirk McGarvey Series #10)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2012

    Another Kirk McGarvey Winner

    This is one of my favorites of the series thus far. It starts off with plenty of suspense and never lets up. Great read!

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  • Posted March 7, 2010

    The Review of Soldier of God

    What I didn't like about the plot of this book is that Kirk McGarvey never gets in a situation that might truly be able to cause his death. What I did like about this book is the protagonist the author chose to make this book because Kirk has the qualities of being a attentive husband and taking care of his work as a CIA director. The other character that I liked most from the book was Khalil because he was a brave and a heartless physchopath that was born to be killer machine. The story, most of the time has suspense and action that leaves the reader not wanting to stop reading even when it's time to go to sleep. I liked the parts when Osama Bin Laden appears in the book because it lets the reader think and remember what happened in 911. When a lot of innocent people died as a result of a conspiracy of Al'Queda. The writer's stlyle of writing is very intriguing because the form of the text is written in a way that makes you guess what's coming next. The author has excellent control of vocabulary in his writing and uses foreshadowing to make the reader guess what's going to happen next. One aspect of all the charcters was that they all were serious and focused on their work or whatever they were doing, that really caught my attention. The settings of the story were spectacular because they all exactly weLl fitted to what the characters do in the story.

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