American Exodus: Brimstone and Fire

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Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Jake Church, a former soldier haunted by repeated deployments, returns to his home town of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to carve out a new life for himself, unfortunately it is not to last, as terrorist attacks follow him; Jake is then confronted with the choice to either face his mental anguish and once more defend his country, or flee from the waking nightmares which still haunt him.

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About Mike Andrews

Michael grew up in Allison Park, PA, a suburb of Pittsburgh, and attended Hampton High School. Later he attended The Ohio State University where he received a degree in Security and Intelligence with a focus on Counter-Insurgency and Physical Security. In 2004 Michael enlisted in the United States Army National Guard and served with the 1-148 infantry and the 585th MP Company. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as an officer in the Field Artillery and served with the 10th Mountain Division. Michael is also married to the woman of his dreams and is the proud father of two boys.

Please feel free to email me at author_mike_andrews@yahoo.com

Reviews

Review by: Evie Alexis on March 06, 2010 :
While American Exodus: Brimstone and Fire is not the story you'd want to cuddle with on a summer evening, it delivers a strong punch. Mike Andrews has proved he has the ability to weave a powerful story. The depth of his creativity intermingles with strong and powerful facts. The protagonists, Jake Church, Libby Jung and Melanie Prescott, are not idealistic, but are perfectly human with flaws, insecurities and doubts. The Angel of Death is as scary a villain as they come and gets to say some of the eeriest and perhaps most memorable lines in the story. .

Due to the nature of the story, the first few chapters took a bit for me to get into. Soon enough I was hooked, racing through pages to find out what happened next. The action was undeniable; the suspense real

Be advised the story uses strong language, touches upon some mature scenes and has its fair share of violence.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Beth A on Feb. 15, 2010 :
Very intriguing. Very Fast Reading. Way to keep a reader interested.
(review of free book)

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