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Operation: Montauk Paperback – May 14, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
this is what you get with Author Bryan Youngs latest offering. If you loved Lost At The Con as much as me
you will love this book. A true must read. What are you waiting for?
Great Job Bryan Young! When's your next book?
I don't want to give away anything more than what is already in the other reviews and description of the book. Yes there are Nazis and dinosaurs and time travel and romance and all sorts of things. There is drive behind the story that compels you to keep reading, guess what may happen to the characters, and then does something completely different in a good way.
The only criticism I have for the story is a difference of opinion regarding the ending. To me I clicked to go to the next page and was shocked to be at the end of the book. WAIT a minute I hollered, thinking I've got a bad file or a glitch or something... I was really upset to see the end of the book become apparent. I enjoyed the characters and the story entirely too much to see it come to an end without at least a "Coming soon, Part II"!
Kudos to Bryan Young for writing an engaging and interesting story!
And Young knocks it out of the park with a perfect, pulpy summer poolside read.
He also creates some amazing characters along the way, including a chimp and a sexy starship captain named Valentine.
My only criticism? The side characters are more interesting than the main character, much in the same way Han Solo is more interesting than Luke Skywalker.
I laughed, I cried (I did-- a little, at a death late in the book. I won't spoil it. But it's so sad.) I flipped pages as fast as I could on my e-reader as the story pulled me along at breakneck speed, and I was left wanting more-- something the ending of the book teases. . . that there might be a sequel?
I just hope they can use their time-travelling powers to go back and save poor (character who dies who made me cry).
Anyway, I'm here to review this amazing work of American literature called Operation: Montauk. I read the authors other books... Lost At The Con, Man Against the Future, God Bless You, Mr. Vonnegut, Confessions of an Independent Filmmaker to name a few and I must say that all these works have been fantastic.
This book stands up with and perhaps beyond the others. Time travel, soldiers, dinosaurs, Nazi's, a love story, a sexy strong willed female captain... I read through this book so fast the first time because I couldn't put it down and upon reading it again I had the same experience.
The author isn't predictable and I had no idea what was going to happen next. His descriptions and imagery bring you into the book much like when you were a child and you could experience everything like it was first hand.
My review will be short because you should already be reading this book, not the horrible typings of some guy you don't know on the intertrons.
Get the book, love it, come back here and admit to me that I was right.
Thank you Bryan Young, you brought the world of wonder and reading back into my life. Read a sample if you must but I'm telling you, you'll want the whole book for your collection forever. Purchase now.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Too darn bloody! The whole idea of the war with Nazi Germany somehow being associated with time travel and an army private is thin and not well written. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mountain Man
Fun, fast paced romp that was enjoyable from start to finish with well developed characters and a wonderful sense of adventure. Fun, quick read and recommended.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Time travel is such a tricky thing isn't it. But Bryan Young makes it really enjoyable in this great book. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Nikki
If you thought there was not enough fiction about dinosaurs, Nazis, and time travel... then this book is for you. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Matthew D. Ridley
Quite a fun read written in the old pulp fiction style. Big cast of characters that you'll generally care about.Published on June 15, 2013 by Joseph P. Hermann
In the interests of full disclosure, I know Bryan. We've been at several science fiction conventions together, have chatted on several occasions, and appeared on a few author... Read morePublished on June 2, 2013 by Jim Bernheimer
This book has Nazis, time travel, dinosaurs, and a chimpanzee. What's more to say?
Oh yeah, it's a lot of fun. Definitely give it a read!
It has been a while since I had this fun reading a book. The idea that those who brave time travel in various ages all end up in the same spot is rather fun and unexpected. Read morePublished on December 28, 2012 by JaredLJ