J.Buchanan : FATE: Part II Decisions, Decisions

FATE: Part II Decisions, Decisions

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drama science-fiction poetry action, James Patterson, H.G. Wells, John Grisham, Nicholas Sparks

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In Part II of this four part action drama series, Rolando's years of hard work are manifesting in the form of a Master's degree, yet lust leads his life down a slippery slope with no brakes. After enjoying decades of success in the United States, Alverez struggles to walk a tightrope, balancing his business life and personal life as the government cracks down on him like the Invasion of Normandy.

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Rating: 4 out of 5

Buchanan writes a winner!

(edited)15 days ago
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This novel is an awesome read. The only thing I didnt like about it was the ending. It was too calm of an ending after such an action pack story. I am on the lookout for the sequel!

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Rating: 5 out of 5

Spectacular Story!

(edited)39 days ago
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This novel took my imagination and twisted it in many entertaining directions. The story is great and unique, I wouldn't be surprised if the United Nations really is considering building a hi-tech penitentiary under the ocean floor. A must read for action buffs!

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Rating: 5 out of 5

Great Novel

(edited)72 days ago
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I love this book. Altough most of the action occurs in the first half and at the end of the book, I was amazed and impressed at the level of suspense that accumulated by the middle of the book. The good and the bad characters all have appeal, and all of the characters' decisions affect other characters' lives, just as in real life. Buchanan explores some of the negative and positive situations that exist in North and South America, in which I can relate to because I have relatives who've been victim to some of these situations. Infidelity ultimately is the major chaos causer in this novel, and Buchanan does a great job in getting the importance of monogamy across to the reader. Awesome novel!

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