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Sir, Yes Sir (A Private Affair) Paperback – July 12, 2011
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Mike's writing style wasn't for me, and that's cool. Not everyone's writing style is meant for everybody. Some of the, I reckon you can call, WOW or shocked moments didn't surprise me. It didn't encourage me to read on in anticipation of what was going to happen. Also, I love how he incorporated the military saying and his SIR handbook as the title of this novel.
This book was terrible, there is no kinder way to state it. A disorganized mess of ideas and partially developed plot lines. Any reviewer wishing to give this book 10 out of 5 stars with their review is providing a disservice to prospective buyers. I would never say to not purchase this last book in the series, but to expect groundbreaking literary work is to set yourself up for disappointment.
One would think that the author wrote this installment within the course of a few days, and the publisher printed it without allowing an editor to glance at it. Spelling/grammatical errors abound. Random characters dart in for a page and then are never heard from again. Disturbing content abounds throughout the book, with incorrect statements about gay men and the lives they lead constantly spouted from the main character's mouth. I truly felt myself rooting for the demise of the main character towards the end of the book. This is amateurish writing at best, as several sentences/phrases are used and then reused throughout the book. If I had a dollar for every time "spat" was used...pure laziness.
I'm insulted that the author had the nerve to present this catastrophe to fans of the first two novels. I'm thankful that the trilogy ended here, I would not purchase a fourth book in this series.
Sean Matthews is back and now being stationed in Hawaii. Sean has taken someone with him that he believes will bring him joy but we have come to know Sean very well and we know his appetite and we KNOW that he can not be satisfied by just one. Sean gets the chance to go back to Baltimore to take care of some business and while there he is met with many surprises. Some of them are overwhelming to the point that it seems like he just won't make it through but we know that Sean is a trooper and can handle anything, or can he?
Sir, Yes Sir is the conclusion to this trilogy and does Warren wrap it up with a bang! You have twists in this book that you didn't see coming and it keeps you interested all the way until the end! The characters both new and old mesh well together and Warren has done a great job with this series. I have enjoyed reading his work and I look forward to reading more in the future. Kudos to you Mike Warren!
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I like how each character fits in place . Took me a while but dint want to put the Kindle downPublished 8 months ago by Alex
The concept was great, but there are a lot of mistakes in the book and it's not written very well.Published 8 months ago by Harro Guy
I felt that book was kind of rushed in some sense. This is where I begin to hare and love Sean at the same time. Good bookPublished 12 months ago by Woodrow McGrew
Following all the challenges that Sean has faced and all the trouble he's gotten in is such a wild ride... I can't wait for the next book but I'm not sure if there one... Read morePublished 16 months ago by virgie m.
This is an excellent read. Mike Warren has out done himself.Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
I very much enjoyed this book. I feel as though I am one of the boys.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
You cant put this book down. Twist and turns on every page. Sean Matthews is supermen in this book Great readPublished 20 months ago by Jonathan Meow