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Not Easily Broken Paperback – May 16, 2015
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About the Author
Brian S. Chan is a pastor, professor, painter, writer, husband, and father. A graduate from Dallas Theological Seminary with a Th.M. and an M.A. and a graduate of Talbot School of Theology with a D.Min., he teaches classes on a theology of beauty and a theology of heroes and villains at Biola University. He is a first generation American-born Chinese and a Wing Chun and Northern Shaolin kung fu practitioner. He is also a visual artist who has exhibited his work in shows in the San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, Dallas, and New York City. He has also authored "The Purple Curtain" and is a regular instructor for The Greenhouse Arts & Media in Hollywood, California.
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Top customer reviews
I genuinely believe that this author has the potential to be the Tom Clancy of this genre. That is how good the writing is. Simply put, once you pick up this book, you will not want to put it down. And once it ends, you will wish the sequel was out already!
Just couldn’t put it down, for fear something might happen on a page –– without me watching.
Brian S. Chan has master crafted a novel full of suspense and fireworks – that I finished off in only 4 sittings.
His fresh, very timely plot driven story surges forward in breakneck fashion that kept me glued to the
read. Not to mention providing me with a mini education in Wing Chun and the horrendous potential of
computerized warfare. Most surprising though, was Chan’s clever incorporation of some techniques that I
associate with one of my favorite British writers, C.S. Lewis. Can’t wait for the sequel. And how about a
film Mr. Chan?
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