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Mr. Kasper has a unique way of telling a story that kept me riveted until the very last page. Once I started reading this book, I was hooked. I wanted to know everything there was to know about David Rivers: He is a patriot, a US Army Ranger, a veteran of wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and a West Point graduate. He is also a broken, suicidal, alcoholic, BASE-jumping addict...
The book moves along at a decent pace — the storyline is believable and well thought-out. The world that David Rivers inhabits is a dark and depressing one, and it is described in vivid detail ("There is no return from where I’ve been going ever since the war, combat that I have been banished from..."). I did enjoy the high-octane, adrenaline-fueled, loop-de-loop, free-falling action sequences in the book!
From a psychological perspective, I can understand the character (at least, I think I "get it") and I want to follow his journey to see where it takes him...
I will definitely read AVNER and any further books in this series. I believe that Jason Kasper has a lot more to say — and I, for one, am looking forward to hearing (reading?) it all.
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This one starts 2008 with David Rivers, ex Army Ranger and West Point Grad. He never made it to Lt. because they found a medical issue.Read more