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Zammatra (Paperback)

By: Duarl Richardson (Author)



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5 out of 5 stars Know Thy Enemy, May 16, 2010
By mickey
So, it turns out that Americas last line of defense is -- an Iraqi woman?!? Believe it or not, the author makes it much more plausible (and exciting) than it sounds. Welcome to the 21st century folks! Zammatra is a Middle East A** Kicking machine who takes her cues (and her dialogue) from the classics of the action-adventure genre. Imagine Electra as a military brat, and youve got the basic idea. Engaging, fun reading for anyone who likes a good Chuck Norris movie, or who doesnt have the patience to read 900 pages of Tom Clancy and just wants to get to the heart of the action. Fast-paced, with a number of good (and unexpected) plot twists. The style is more B-Movie than Pulitzer prize winner, but I think thats more of a strength than a weakness. You get plenty of bang for your buck, and the emphasis is on entertainment. Lets face it, thats why we read and watch action/adventure anyway -- to get to the action. From what I understand, the author is an all-american guy -- Vietnam Vet, truck driver, etc. -- which comes through in his writing. But there are also some really surprising aspects of the book too, that show that his gears are turning at a deeper level. I wont spoil the plot, but I will say that the writer knows how to get you turning pages and does a good job of catching you off guard. Not for the Oprah crowd, and not likely to change your life, but definitely worth the read!!

5 out of 5 stars Know Thy Enemy, May 16, 2010
By mickey
So, it turns out that Americas last line of defense is -- an Iraqi woman?!? Believe it or not, the author makes it much more plausible (and exciting) than it sounds. Welcome to the 21st century folks! Zammatra is a Middle East A** Kicking machine who takes her cues (and her dialogue) from the classics of the action-adventure genre. Imagine Electra as a military brat, and youve got the basic idea. Engaging, fun reading for anyone who likes a good Chuck Norris movie, or who doesnt have the patience to read 900 pages of Tom Clancy and just wants to get to the heart of the action. Fast-paced, with a number of good (and unexpected) plot twists. The style is more B-Movie than Pulitzer prize winner, but I think thats more of a strength than a weakness. You get plenty of bang for your buck, and the emphasis is on entertainment. Lets face it, thats why we read and watch action/adventure anyway -- to get to the action. From what I understand, the author is an all-american guy -- Vietnam Vet, truck driver, etc. -- which comes through in his writing. But there are also some really surprising aspects of the book too, that show that his gears are turning at a deeper level. I wont spoil the plot, but I will say that the writer knows how to get you turning pages and does a good job of catching you off guard. Not for the Oprah crowd, and not likely to change your life, but definitely worth the read!!

5 out of 5 stars Know Thy Enemy, March 24, 2010
By none
So, it turns out that Americas last line of defense is -- an Iraqi woman?!? Believe it or not, the author makes it much more plausible (and exciting) than it sounds. Welcome to the 21st century folks! Zammatra is a Middle East A** Kicking machine who takes her cues (and her dialogue) from the classics of the action-adventure genre. Imagine Electra as a military brat, and youve got the basic idea. Engaging, fun reading for anyone who likes a good Chuck Norris movie, or who doesnt have the patience to read 900 pages of Tom Clancy and just wants to get to the heart of the action. Fast-paced, with a number of good (and unexpected) plot twists. The style is more B-Movie than Pulitzer prize winner, but I think thats more of a strength than a weakness. You get plenty of bang for your buck, and the emphasis is on entertainment. Lets face it, thats why we read and watch action/adventure anyway -- to get to the action. From what I understand, the author is an all-american guy -- Vietnam Vet, truck driver, etc. -- which comes through in his writing. But there are also some really surprising aspects of the book too, that show that his gears are turning at a deeper level. I wont spoil the plot, but I will say that the writer knows how to get you turning pages and does a good job of catching you off guard. Not for the Oprah crowd, and not likely to change your life, but definitely worth the read!!




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