The Syndicate: Operation Valiant Exodus

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
As the US celebrated its first woman President, the country mourned the disintegration of race relations after a series of landmark court decisions that seemed to shield the law enforcement community. Enter a woman of influence, a man of faith and an officer of the law: a formidable trio whose love for their country would help put America back on the trajectory of greatness. More
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Words: 36,820
Language: English
ISBN: 9780997195439
About E. Clay

Never in a million years did I ever think I would become a writer, or that I would find it so fullfilling and rewarding. If the test of a true passion is the love of its drudgery, then I am certifiably hooked. The entire writing experience is a joy.

I created this webpage so you can follow my works and hear the latest news on my progress. I enjoy communicating with my readers and reviewers about my characters, my plots and most importanly my message. If you ask me a question, I will make every effort to respond in a timely manner.

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Review by: JTHACK on Nov. 15, 2016 :
fast paced, emotional, and with a very strong and powerful message throughout, once I started reading “The Syndicate: Operation Valiant Exodus” I didn’t want to put it down until I’d finished. Seemed never a good place just to stop for a while as the action continued to build and build. Some ‘not far out there’ scenarios that come to life, in a way that makes you wonder what is really going on out there and ‘behind the scenes’. I personally feel that there could have been a bit more depth to some of the characters, and some scenes seemed a bit too rushed. Liked the ending, though, and didn’t expect some things to happen that did. For those who enjoy realistic drama and thrillers this is a good one for you.
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Review by: Darla Ortiz on Nov. 08, 2016 :
tight writing, great action, believable characters, important plotlines…. Overall a terrific read that I feel really opened my eyes to the seedy underbelly of racism and corruption on every level as it permeates our society from different perspectives. I admit this isn’t really my normal genre of reading, but the sample pulled me in, but considering this is so closely based on current events (e.g. The Black Lives Matter Movement) and seeing as how I live in Charlotte, NC I recently witnessed some of this injustice firsthand. It was really worth reading more about and learning more about the way the system really works differently. This isn’t a nonfiction book, but there is enough truth in here to give you pause. I thought the writing was descriptive and the characters (especially Reverend T and Clay) really helped bring the story to life in a relatable way. I can totally see this book as being a movie. And I loved the pictures at the end! Recommend.
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Review by: Cory Banyan on Nov. 04, 2016 :
I admit it took me some time to get into this book, and at first I wasn’t really sure where it was going. But the more I read the more I got into it, the more wrapped up I got in this world and characters E. Clay created. It’s weird to think it’s actually fiction as parts really seem real, and are relatable to current times and events. I have a feeling that this book and the characters and their fates will stay with me for some time. I thought the overall plot and narration was good, but it could have used a bit more polish as there was some long stretches of ‘telling’ of the events (as opposed to ‘showing’ us to bring us closer to the action), and to me it read really choppy because of how it is continuously broken up into the ‘scenes’. Hard to really get any sort of real flow and felt very jumpy. Also it needs better editing – tense shifts throughout and improper punctuation more than once. It didn’t ruin the book, but would make it better if was more polished, in my opinion. Nevertheless I look forward to reading more from Mr. Clay in the future as he is truly a gifted storyteller with an important message to share. And I would wholeheartedly like to thank him for his 20+ years of military service to this country.
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