J.Buchanan : FATE: Part III Penitentiary Pacific

FATE: Part III Penitentiary Pacific

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In Part III of this four part action drama series, no camera phones are around to capture the deliberate arrest of Rolando and his best friend on the eve of their graduation. While in the midst of losing a long fought war with the DEA, a heart shattered Alverez sets off a plan to banish his wife from America. Ultimately Rolando and Alverez end up at the same prison underneath the Pacific Ocean.

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very unique

(edited)26 days ago
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Although this is a hardcore action book, the fact that the theme is about an underground prison won me over. when I actually read it, I was pleased with the underlying message of relationship monogamy.

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Penitentiary Pacific

(edited)02 days ago
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I stayed up all night reading. I really like the author's writing style. The story is okay, could have been less violent. But I'll say it is one of the best books I've read, handsdown.

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Rating: 4 out of 5

A vivid read

(edited)40 days ago
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Very well written book. I had to constantly remind myself that it was make-believe, because it is rather chilling.

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Rating: 4 out of 5

Penitentiary Pacific

(edited)37 days ago
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From the very beginning Penitentiary Pacific had me standing up reading it. This book is hard as nail, not soft like flowers. The pages and events pulled me in, and the different characters' lives came together perfectly like the sounds of a Mozart composition. I recommend Penitentiary Pacific to all lovers of good action. Really!

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Rating: 2 out of 5

Too dark and harsh

(edited)31 days ago
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There are very few books written that I don¿t enjoy but unfortunately, Pacific Penitentiary was one that I did not enjoy at all. In the first pages, the author, J. Buchanan, jumped from one set of characters to another and yet a third. This was extremely hard to follow and a reader couldn¿t be sure which would be the main characters. If this is not set up in the first four or five pages, it makes reading the book very hard. The first set of characters, as it turns out, has the main character of the story but in jumping right away to two other sets of characters had me confused for a bit. Another drawback to this book is the reader needs to be able to think in a futuristic mind set as it is set in the year 2013. Reading Science Fiction such as Star Wars is one thing but this book was dark, bleak and showed life in a very harsh view. It contains violent and unhappy material and, as I said, with three sets of characters, made it very hard to follow the story line. The premise of the book - what can happen when you are in the wrong place at the wrong time ¿ is a good one. In this case it lead to being incarcerated. And, of course, there is always the person who fights to help the wrongly accused. It is the mother of one of the boys. Good verses evil, right verses wrong and innocent verses guilty are the basis for this book but it was too tragic for me. This is not a book I would recommend for a ¿curl up by the fire¿ read. There are more books out there that have happier story lines that I would rather spend my time reading.

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Rating: 4 out of 5

WOW!

(edited)34 days ago
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This is not the best novel I've ever read, but it is certainly in the top five! I was more than satisfied with the entertainment it provided. I highly recommend this novel.

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