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Clark Kent's Agenda: Personal, Vicious, Obvious


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Initial post: Apr 15, 2006, 12:53:28 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Oct 3, 2006, 1:26:59 PM PDT
Delta Fan says:
Why Amazon is allowing a personal, biased attack guised as a review is beyond me. Check the other reviews ever by Kent and you'll see that most are for the many unsuccessful novels by Bucky Burrus, the lead mongrel in the swiftboating of Haney in that gossipy story Kent speaks of in his review. Kent could even BE Burruss given how thick he lays it on in his praise of Burruss' writing...which I've read and can testify is just not very good. All readers of Kent's review (and Burruss' numerous emails and other vitriol) should know that Burruss and his buddies, Mel Wick, Dick Davis, Logan Fitch and others higher up the military food chain, have agendas of their own. Burruss failed career as an author, his disdain for enlisted men, and his belief that he alone owns the Delta franchise are among them. This is the caste system at its worst. Nothing honorable about these officers.

In reply to an earlier post on May 10, 2006, 5:21:30 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 10, 2006, 5:27:06 PM PDT
PM says:
I don't understand the motives of some folks. Just don't get it! Anyone that reads Inside Delta Force by Eric Haney will get a thrilling story. It's a super read, especially for a first time author. I can't imagine why anyone would suggest otherwise. I'm a chick and found the book fascinating. The description of the beginning of delta force, the selection process, the training and some of the missions these hornorable men went on is terrific. It's too bad that negative folks can't find something good to do with their lives, like start a shelter for homeless vets or help the "invisibles" ---the disabled vets. If you want to have a marvelous experience read Inside Delta Force. If you don't....well, move on and clean out your garage.

Posted on Mar 10, 2010, 4:50:29 AM PST
JD says:
"hornorable men" ?

I don't know what your problem is girly, but that Freudian slip is an insult to these guys.
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