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James Strait’s professional career began as a Special Forces soldier, where he demonstrated youthful tenacity and versatility by becoming the youngest recruit to graduate Special Forces Training Group.
After the military he enjoyed a thirty-year career as a professional pilot flying over one hundred different types and categories of airplanes. In parallel, Mr. Strait operated a small business providing a variety of services to civilian companies and the military.
After retirement from professional aviation, Mr. Strait transitioned into broadcast radio where he has hosted “Strait Talks” radio since 2006. He began his professional writing career with the release of “Weird Missouri”, in 2008. His most recent book, “Déjà vu All Over Again” is an action adventure novel taking place in the final 57 hours prior to the calendar turning 12-21-2012.
His future projects involve the release of his third book, “Thomas Jefferson is Missing”. He will also be hosting Book Talk Radio, debuting May 1, 2012.
on Aug. 27, 2012 :
When I saw this book I had to read it as it was a story based around the 21st December 2012 and this is something that really intrigues me. I wasn’t sure quite what to expect in the story as the description didn’t really give much away but the did not deter me
It is obviously about the end of the world, but the story on how they get to that point in time is really interesting. With a lot of action, sci-fi, thriller, violence, romance and some sexual content the book had it all. It was fast pacing and I just hope we don’t all suffer déjá vu within the last 57 hours before December 21st 2012 otherwise I will start to worry. I liked the freshness a woman being the one trying to save the world with her companion as ok the man was the one that was fending off by accidently killing a few people on the way but it was prominently about Ana and her connecting to quantum space and the time loop and how she would try to fix it.
It was a great read with lots of twists and turns along the way and it got my brain ticking.
(reviewed long after purchase)