Kill Them Wherever You Find Them

Rated 4.50/5 based on 6 reviews
The Israeli spy agency, the Mossad, has uncovered actionable intelligence regarding an daring terror strike against the State of Israel and large Jewish population centers in major cities around the world.

"The Project," already in development for several years, will be Israel's response to this newest and most deadly of threats to its very existence. More
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About David Hunter

David Honaker (pen name "David Hunter") is a husband, father/-in-law, and grandfather. He resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife, guinea pig, and blue-eyed cat.

Born and raised in the United States he lived in Brazil, later spending a few months in the sovereign and independent State of Israel. These and other life experiences heightened his love of, and respect for, different cultures and beliefs while contributing to a deeper understanding of the complex religious-geo-political issues impacting our world.

He continues to be a student of major world religions with a focus on the four Abrahamic faiths (Judiasm, Christianity, Islam, and Bahá'í), geopolitics, languages, physics, mathematics, and all things "geek." David masterfully interweaves many of his passions, coupled with current world events, into his books

Relatively new to literary circles, he has already been compared to authors in similar genres such as James Patterson for Suspense and Espionage and Isaac Asimov for Science Fiction. His first book in the "Pendulum of Time" thrillogy, "Kill Them Wherever You Find Them," is hailed as a, "... work of pure genius combining the best of Thriller-Suspense with believable Science Fiction in a manner never before seen. Through the 'Pendulum of Time' trilogy the author has created an entirely new category of writing!"

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Adrienne Quintana reviewed on on Oct. 13, 2015

I enjoyed the vivid characters and settings in this book. The author obviously has firsthand knowledge of the countries and people he represents in the story. The book is very detailed, giving full descriptions of the lives and habits of even some of the minor characters. In some ways, this made the book seem almost like a series of short stories. Each character feels real and important.

With equal parts cultural, political, and scientific narrative, Kill Them Wherever You Find Them is packed with interesting information. While this may at times make the story feel disjointed, I enjoyed the author's unique voice, and perspective and his imagination.
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James Jenkins reviewed on on Oct. 12, 2015

To much bigotry to be an enjoyable read. I made through 11% before putting it away.
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readerofallthings reviewed on on Nov. 17, 2014

For what I expected to be a very “busy” story with too many things going on for me to enjoy, I was more than pleased with David’s style of writing. I have read numerous stories where there are so many characters and subplots that the only thing I got out of the story was a headache. That is not the case here. There is a lot going on in this story, but it was written so well I had no problems following the subplots, the various characters in locations all over the world, and I could put it down for a couple days and pick it right back up without needing to skim through the last few pages to remind myself what was going on with whom.

The timing of this story could not have been better planned as it deals with the wars between Israel and those who seek to destroy her. It gives very detailed information on the various religions and what lengths they could possibly go to in order to support their beliefs. Ebola and Anthrax are the weapons of choice here.

There are two more stories to this trilogy, and as I always try to not give spoilers (unless if I did not like the story) I will have to be brief here as well. What I can tell you is that if you enjoy suspense, mystery, science, and true facts mixed with a fictional story, you need to read this book! If you enjoy James Patterson, Stephen King, science fiction, and facts, this is the book for you!

I am so excited to read the next two books in this trilogy.
(review of free book) reviewed on on Jan. 28, 2014

This was a fun fast-paced read, enjoyed it very much, looking forward to the next installment. Thanks David for a book that explores some fascinating aspects of the Middle East.
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John Reinhard Dizon reviewed on on Jan. 13, 2014

Kill Them Wherever You Find Them by David Hunter is a fast-paced sci-fi thriller centered on the exploits of Jeff Stauffenberg, an intelligence operative assigned to the Project developed by the Israeli intelligence agency, the Mossad. Their scientists have discovered the secret of time travel, and their objective is to change the future by going back to skew the effects of the past on historic events. Facing a possible catastrophe in an imminent chemical attack on the Holy Land, Jeff is ordered to eliminate individuals to preempt their destinies as a Hebrew version of the Terminator. Only Jeff's Mormon beliefs are the cause of conflict and dissonance as he battles with his conscience with the fate of a nation at stake.

Dr. Moshe Levin is a major protagonist who proves enzymatic in creating Jeff's inner turmoil. In the opening scenes, he speaks Hebrew and makes numerous referrals on its society and faith-based culture during a top-secret briefing. Yet he announces that each man has been fitted with a neuro-poison capsule which allows them to take their own lives, invalidating God's sovereign authority in doing so. We also see Jeff's Mormon religion being both condoned and endorsed by Moshe. Although there is a great deal of dialogue justifying the conversion, it conveys an element of deception as they support a religion other than that professed during the classified meeting.

Hunter's novel brings up a number of interesting questions for discussion as Jeff finds himself immersed in a number of Middle Eastern scenarios, in a life-and-death struggle against opposing `faith-based' regimes. We see the contradiction as the Hebrew-Muslim conflict is explored, dating back to the Biblical episode of Israel vs. Ismael. There is a racial and religious animosity that only violence seems able to resolve. The author then demonstrates the futility of the last resort as the subhuman leader of North Korea implements the nuclear annihilation of the USA for no reason other than his megalomania and sheer nihilism.

The novel challenges us to consider the value of survival at whatever cost, and the merit of preserving a society and culture whose self-defining qualities have become so tainted and contradictory. Kill Them Wherever You Find Them by David Hunter will have you asking why.
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Lynn Stauff reviewed on on Jan. 8, 2014

I read constantly and this is the best book I have ever read!I stayed up very late on a work night to keep reading this book; I finished it in less than 24 hours! I've recommended it to my family and friends and even loaned my Nook to someone so they could read it, which I have never done before.

I have not read this genre before, but I will read the other two books in this thrilogy as soon as they're published. The plot is fascinating and takes you on an amazing trip into a world we hope never to meet. The characters are utterly believable and you can easily understand their emotions and what drives them. You love and hate them with your whole heart. You also feel sorry for some.

I was a little afraid of understanding the scientific and geopolitical aspects as I am not familiar with either. It was not a hindrance at all.

Thank you, Mr. Hunter, for the best book I have ever read! I have bookmarked your website and eagerly await the next book!

L. Stauff
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