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Victory and Honor (Honor Bound) Paperback – June 26, 2012
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About the Author
William E. Butterworth IV has been a writer and editor for major newspapers and magazines for twenty-five years, and has worked closely with his father for several years on the editing of the Griffin books. He lives in Texas.
Top Customer Reviews
I'm glad to say that this book is a definite improvement on some of his lower quality recent works! It's not one of his best, but for me, it was definitely an acceptable and fun read.
This book flows smoothly from start to finish. I was originally going to wait, but ended up purchasing an electronic version of the book on a whim a bit past midnight. A few hours - and one book - later, I finally looked up from my reader to see the first signs of daylight appear outside my window.
--- Flows well. - While reading it, I don't have an urge to skip entire parts. The writing flows smoothly and makes you interested in wanting to turn each page as quickly as possible so you can find out what's next. For me, "The Outlaws" was a book that didn't flow well and which I wanted to skip whole sections, only to force myself to read it hoping that it would get better (hint: it didn't). That thankfully was not a problem with this book.
--- Limited / Tightly Focused Story - The story and plot is a lot more focused compared to previous books in this series.Read more ›
You might as well just skip the first 100 pages - nothing there but a re-hash of all of the things we learned in past books. After 100 or so pages, the plot and action start to pick up a bit, but it still felt as though it was trying to stretch a chapter into a full book.
There are a couple hundred pages that cover a time span of just a few days, almost no information about what is happening in Argentina, and no information about most of the characters that made up the first books. Finally, in the last few pages, we are introduced (momemtarily) to Cletus and Dorotea's children and Dorotea has about 5 lines of dialogue.
Buy it if you feel compelled to, but it feels to me to be a waste of money. Hopefully, the next one will be a compleat book.
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The first a great serious. The last one ended TERRIBLY. why the author chose to ruin this wonderful set? only can telol us?Published 3 days ago by Robert Price
This novel begins in the restaurant at the Hotel Brittania Rua Rodrigues in Lisbon, Portugal, on 3 May 1945. Read morePublished 13 days ago by William Lotz
Great continueing series loved all of them oss in Argentina end of wwii.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Griffin delivers a decent story here but it is not up to the quality of his Corps series and the early Honor Bound books. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tammi T.