Monday, August 12, 2013

Crest of Eagles

Jocelyn has an superior knowledge and understanding of the writing craft. The author weaves multiple, potent, leading personas and two entirely different time frames masterfully. Crest of Eagles reminds me of a few of the distinguished works of Wilbur Smith. This book for certain rates with a few of the best that I have critiqued up to now and I would not hesitate to give Crest of Eagles the greatest ranking available. Mandhla is taken prisoner by terrorists during an assault of a mission run by Caucasian race with benevolent hearts for children who had no one to turn to. Everyone was unmercifully killed except those who could not be converted into soldiers or harlots. Peter Kennedy, leader of the top armed forces team, set out to save the children, but in fouling the job, Peter gained the retaliation of one very confused boy. Kuru joins Peter in the war against the terrorists with the desire of saving his brother – never dreaming that when he did meet Mandhla again, it would be as foes. Ancient tribal religion works its way into present day. The lives of Tcana, a high priestess, and Rebecca, a bombshell journalist, are connected in some rather cosmic mode - though they live centuries apart. Romance, adventure, suspense, ancient tribal history and contemporary action – this book has it all! Crest of Eagles is destined to be among the most dog-eared fiction books in my collection. ISBN#: 0976773252 Author: Jocelyn Howe Publisher: A Better Be Write Publisher

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