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The Samson Effect: A Novel Kindle Edition
|Length: 224 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Mr. Eldridge certainly has a flair for storytelling and creating an interesting mystery. I would have liked it if he had taken even more time in telling it - relationships & events happened quickly and could have afforded a lengthier path to develop.
The ending hints at more mysteries to come, which I hope does happen. I would not hesitate to pick up the next novel by this author. Recommended for readers who enjoy thrillers, action adventure tales, quick reads, and ancient mysteries.
Rai Aren, co-author of the award-winning mystery novel Secret of the Sands
The likening to a modern day Indiana Jones is not an exaggeration, this is a real roller coaster, thrill a minute page turner.
Criticisms? One minor one. Mr. Eldridge has a tendency to use too many words on occasion - I stumbled over the odd sentence, but it in no way detracts from the detailed plot and the terrific action. If a movie is indeed in the pipeline, I'll be there. Well done.
The storyline was quite good but the tale was a bit of a foxhunter - better in the chase than in the catching - the 'Samson Effect' did not really hold up as a viable possibility. Full marks however for the unusal concept.
A few spelling and homophonic errors and a couple of historical/religious error which probably originate from the King James re-write and editing of the old testament books. Never-the-less an enjoyable read. I shall look out for this author's future offerings.
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