Featured Review by Ashley Adorno -- Back to Serve

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Re: Featured Review by Ashley Adorno -- Back to Serve

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This book already sounds like a book I would read. Soldiers go through so much physically and mentally. This book looks like it would be a powerful way to understand some of the impact.

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I've always been into the based on a true story movies. Now with a books that is so realistic because it my own mind showing me the picture. This will be crazy good.

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I really have heartfelt respect for soldiers.
Will definitely read this book.
Thank you for the wonderful review.

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I love action and this book is definitely the one for me. I have never read it before but I will give it a try and see hoa far I can go.

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Post by VVaishali »

I feel it is hard to settle into retirement life if a person is used to being on the toes all their life. And it's even harder for the people in the military. It will be interesting to see how Nico is dragged back into his career. This is a great review. Well done 👍

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Post by Emmanuelufot »

I would say that Ashley has said it all about the book,it is sometimes said that one can be retired but not tired, here Nico has proved it all,still having to go back to your career due to some circumstances beyond your control I believe its full of scenes with action.

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The review of this booked got me intrigued to know that how will Nico use his intellect to uncover the threat that jeopardized his family's safety. Also, how will he survive another military mission and how he plans to avenge his fellow men. Thank you for the fascinating review.

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Defense people live a disciplined, rather animated kind of life through most of their lives. Until they retire to live an entirely different lifestyle. I have watched this change closely thanks to my father being an ex-airman.
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this review gives me the vibe of a James bond movie, look forward to it.
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Great review! At first, I wasn't sure it was a book I would be interested in, but your review changed my mind! I will be adding this to my must-read list!

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It’s an amazing story. It’s was amazing how a stranger can have a lot of information you. He had all the reasons to back to serve has he tries to his family and himself safe.

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Post by Queenbee30 »

First time reading a book with so much spunk in it. But I highly would recommend it be read by someone else. Put a different taste in my reading but I like it.

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The suspense in this book is worth-noting. Your review is admirable and detailed about a fascinating story of this retired veteran who seeks a normal life.

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I've always loved military-based novels. I'd definitely be reading this.... thanks

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Seems like this would be a love-to-read for me. Thanks for a nice review

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