Gives you a feeling of what it was like, greatest Vietnam War Book ever written
Joss Whedon meets Edgar Allen Poe, with consulting by Jim Butcher, and Kevin Hearne. More harsh then Dresden and not as kicked back to "The Iron Druid", More street smart than the others. Great read! Narrator brings character to life!
Homeland security tie in, of course they would know what is going on.
"Agent Tex Wells" Homeland security. I know this guy in the real world
Yes but not possible
A tremendously fun book! Superhero's are real in this world, and here is their story. Funny, inspiring, and sad.
Loved the writing, made me smile on every page.
Great book, very infomative on the culture, traditions, and motivations of a forgotten people. Lamb points out that there have only been three successful conquers. Alexander, Ghengis Khan, and Tamerlain.
Tamerlain was a tarter, not a mongol as most people believe. Great story well written. Kept my interest even while driving in the snow at night (sleepy time!)
The author looked at the facts--the history having been written by those he defeated--and gave an accurate picture of an ignored giant of history!
I also recommend Lambs book on Ghengis Khan.
Very good group of short stories. I do not think that civilization will go that way but I love the argument. I liked the use of the stereo types of the people in each region, NW, S. Cal and the Mid West.
A lost of good ideas that give you things to think about. I recommend it.
I did not like it very much. It was stylized like an old radio show, but it just did not translate well that way. And it developed slow.
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