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Posted June 25, 2012
First of all, I want to applaud Tyndall House Publishers for thi
First of all, I want to applaud Tyndall House Publishers for this series. It's unique and exciting to have a variety of authors providing bits and pieces to Thomas Constant's story!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Haytham "Hawk" Wilson is a bitter man. He is the sole survivor of an attack that took place many years ago and his time on earth is ending. Thomas Constant pays him a visit and gives him the option of living seven more hours, going back in time and reliving seven hours, or accepting reality and dying now. Hawk jumps at the opportunity to go back to that fateful day and change the outcome. How can he convey what needs to be done without sounding like a crazy man? Is it really his place to change the outcome? He knows the boy has to die to save his team and he is ready for that challenge...until he arrives there and lets his emotions get involved. What would you do with 7 hours?
I love how Ronie Kendig stuck with her traditional writing form to include military "heroes" in this story. She has a vast knowledge of military lifestyles and does an excellent job to portray thoughts and feelings that Hawk is experiencing during his 7 hours.
I highly recommend this quick, yet riveting read by an amazing author!
Posted June 14, 2012
Rapid Fire Fiction at its best.
Ronie writes the most amazing military heroes, and this novella is no exception. The time-travel/fantasy element was super fun, but the story was (as always) a poignant tale of redemption with a beautiful ending.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 21, 2012
I enjoyed reading this short story by Ronie Kendig. It was a bit different than what I am used to read. It was about a former Green Beret, so thankfully Ronie sticked to the military. I love reading military fiction and therefore Whole Pieces did not disappoint.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The reader gets rapid-fire action and reads about a heart rending decision.
Haytham "Hawk" Wilson 'travels back in time' to relive 7 hours of his life. He will try to alter those 7 hours to save his team that died on a mission many years ago.
Posted July 7, 2012
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