SNAFU: Everyone Has Their Demons

Rated 4.81/5 based on 16 reviews
The South Pacific - 1942

When most of Matt Turner's fighter squadron is destroyed by Japanese Zeroes with demonic protection, he expects his after-action report to land him in the loony bin. Instead, he finds himself recruited by a shadowy government agency to test a supernatural countermeasure before the Japanese strike a deathblow against the U.S. Navy and win the war in the Pacific theater. More
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Review by: Mr Keef, Sr on June 25, 2018 :
I just read half of this thinking the whole time that it seemed familiar, then I realised I read this a while back! I thoroughly enjoyed it this second time around. What stood out the most was how authentic this seemed. The scenes set aboard ship in the Pacific Ocean during WWII had great authenticity. I can already imagine an entire genre of books and movies that re-invent and re-imagine WWII using Paranormal tropes. Well done.
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Review by: TexMex on March 25, 2018 :
Effortlessly combines military history, high tech war fighting and paranormal elements. The author has several other similar tales on Amazon.
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Review by: Jenny Eagle on Feb. 28, 2018 :
I read this one a long time ago but I remember it well because of it's originality. There's a squadron of aircraft battling over the Pacific during WWII and they encounter a new paranormal weapon developed by Japan. This is weird (really weird) but it is so well grounded in fact and history that it works. Especially these days with all the paranormal plots out there, this story is well worth a read.
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Review by: Ray1184 on July 11, 2017 :
This story drew me right into the action and pulled me along quickly as the plot thickened. I like the way the author created a very real and dangerous situation with fighter planes, battleships, sailors and secret agents. It was very cool the way the 'paranormal' elements were introduced.
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Review by: R.W. Redwillow on April 19, 2017 :
A well crafted story which takes the reader right into the heart of the action and carries them along. There is also an interesting twist in what initially seems to be a realistic tale
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Review by: RichSale on Oct. 19, 2016 :
This book is part of a series of alternate histories most of which are set during WWII in the Pacific and Europe. The author includes paranormal elements, spies and war-action. Weirdly satisfying.
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Review by: RobinR2016 on Sep. 3, 2016 :
I greatly enjoy a good sea story and I liked this one very much. There are nautical tales that are high tech thrillers, some are straight war stories and others involve mysteries or ghosts. This story has all three, so it was like a triple play. I am a member of a FB group that shares sea stories and other nautical fare, and this book was highly recommended by an author I respect (Malcolm Torres) so that is why I read it. I was not disappointed. I can only wonder why this author does not publish some more stories in this same genre.
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Review by: Flex X on July 21, 2016 :
I can only wonder who this author is, because this story reads with a great deal of authenticity. It is a salty sea story about Navy pilots in WWII fighting the Japanese in the skies over the Pacific Ocean. The writing is hard core and edgy. I really thought I was there with the rough sailors. Also the story includes a mysterious element that really picked up the plot and added some excitement.
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Review by: shrating on April 17, 2016 :
I just finished reading this weird and wonderful story. I'm not sure what to make of it, except to say that it caught me thoroughly by surprise. Sure, I expecting WWII fighting action (check) hard-boiled military types (check) US Navy ships and tough sailors (check) and some top secret element (check). This book also included some intense flying scenes, a very real sense of being RIGHT THERE on a carrier, with a black-ops team that involved a secret weapon that would tip the balance of the war in the Pacific. I highly recommend you read this if you like war stories + a twist.
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