And then a review comes along and makes the writing worthwhile and puts a spring in your step.
Charles Kravetz on Goodreads, Amazon, and on his blog, Keeping Dreams
This review is for the Kindle edition ebook.
Disclosure: Disclosure: I was requested by the author of this book to give an honest review.
A thrilling story about trying to do the right thing, even when the right people are against you.
Ty Patterson does a fantastic job describing the life a loner. He also does wonders with a drum of India, called the tabla. I could almost hear the sounds of the drum in my head as I read the story. I found the descriptions of life outside the USA quite good. There are a few grammar mistakes in this book, but they will not detract from the reading experience.
Through “The Warrior”, the author takes us on a journey that is very intense. He gives us a look into atrocities committed in the world, and the men who fight against such crimes.
I can recommend this book to those who read thrillers, as well as those who read military novels. This story ended with an impact I did not expect, and look forward to any sequel. Being a first novel, the author has set a very high standard for himself and I, as a reader, believe he can uphold that standard.