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Black Hawk Day Rewind: Mark Savannah Espionage Series Book 1 Paperback – March 17, 2014
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5★ Excerpts from Review by Maria Beltran (for Readers' Favorite)
"...a fast paced thriller that is bound to keep you reading until the wee hours of the morning. The characters in the story are well developed and each of them is quite interesting. This is a novel that will turn a boring day into athought-provoking one."
4★ Excerpts from Review by Ray Simmons (for Readers' Favorite)
"...a realistic and complex portrait of the war on terror. Black Hawk Day Rewind is intense and realistically written. Action and Adventure fans of all ages will love it. A must read for enthusiast of modern military life."
5★ Excerpts from Review by Lisa Jones (for Readers' Favorite)
"...an explosive novel to awaken the senses."
"Overall, the authors have a well thought out plot and very strong characters which give this book some spice. I cannot wait until the second book is released and I would highly recommend this one....I guarantee you will become completely lost within its pages."
5★ Excerpts from Review by J. Morgan (Goodreads)
"... a book thoroughly researched...a melting pot of hi-tech and science on one hand and suspense, thrills and action driven plot on the other. I really enjoyed reading this book and I fully recommend it."
5★ Excerpts from Review by Di Andrea (amazon.it)
"...all the characters are so realistic and well defined you can picture them. I really had a hard time putting this book down. Highly recommended for those who enjoy spy, thriller and action."
5★ G. Caradonna (Smashwords Review)
"This is a real page-turner."
"If you like spy stories and conspiracy, you will love Black Hawk Day Rewind."
About the Author
Baibin Nighthawk writes spy fiction, thrillers and science fiction. She is the co-author of the Mark Savannah espionage series and of the Dhungwana Chronicles. She holds a bachelor's degree in Economics and a Certificate in Art (Martenot Arts Plastiques, Paris).
Dominick Fencer writes spy fiction, thrillers and science fiction. He is the co-author of the Mark Savannah espionage series and of the Dhungwana Chronicles. He holds a bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences and an MBA.
Nighthawk and Fencer are the authors of 'Black Hawk Day Rewind' (Mark Savannah Espionage Series Book 1), 'Dhungwana 2117 - The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117- 3451) Part 1' and of 'The High-Yield Vector: A Fast Paced Spy Thriller (Mark Savannah Espionage Series Book 2)'.
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Mark Savannah, aka Barnett Cooper. And Turner Cooper (dead father but still a strong influence on our star.)
The Vague Description (trying not to give plot spoilers)
Barnett, who did not have a good family life growing up (his father was killed in action when he was thirteen) grew up wanting to make his mark in the medical sciences. Except his past (and his father’s), comes back to stop him when he is trying to finish his PHD in London.
He is co-opted into MI6 and through various missions Barnett begins to uncover more of his father’s past and death, as well as uncovering a deadly programme using mind control experiments on transplant patients through the facade of a company called BioSketch Technologies.
This is a fast paced book, though I did not really care for Barnett Cooper, I did begin to warm to him when he became Mark Savannah. This is an action driven plot laced with global conspiracies where you will be rooting for this unlikable underdog to win!
Never take anything in your life at face value. Make it your business to find out more!
I want to learn to fly, be it a plane or helicopter, it doesn't matter. Though, unlike Barnett, I AM scared of gravity.
This is a perfect read for a long weekend where you will not be rushed or continually on the go. This is a book where you will bite the head off anyone who interrupts you while reading it.
Not everything is explained to the reader. I think we are meant to believe that these folks, always moving and always under attack, don’t have the leisure to stop, think and plan. They must respond to the immediate threat or they are dead.
The hero is brilliant yet haunted by the past, and manipulated by forces he doesn’t understand. He treats women so shabbily that we wonder why they are attracted to him, yet he shows enough compassion to let a key adversary live so she can again try to kill him. As a physician, he takes hopeless psychotic cases and they make startling progress in a single treatment. This is life in fast forward.
It’s a long book, with plenty of action and strongly drawn characters. There’s enough material here for several movies, and events are designed for dramatic visuals. There are plenty of murders, “cleaned up” by spy agency housekeepers, yet enough of the characters survive at the end to fuel a sequel. Even the surprise villain that emerges may appear again.
The first section is slowed by backstory, but the pace accelerates to a speed that will satisfy the most thrill-hungry reader. Recommended as a techno-thriller with fast-paced spy action.
It's also very clean and easy to read, though occasionally it gets bogged down in unnecessary details. I think some of the backstory could have been sprinkled into other sections of the novel, but nothing really felt unnecessary. This is a minor problem, however, and one which I feel is simply growing pains for new authors plying their craft. This book is a real winner and sure to delight fans of spy thrillers, and I look forward to seeing what they come out with next!
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The book is a good read, keeping you nailed to your kindle.
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