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The Savannah Project (The Action-Packed Jake Pendleton Political Thriller series Book 1) by [Barrett, Chuck]
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3.6 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in The Action-Packed Jake Pendleton Political Thriller series (3 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1994 KB
  • Print Length: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Switchback Press; 2 edition (9 Mar. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003IPDM72
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
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For his first book all I want to say is "Well done".

An enjoyable, plausible story which flowed well. Credible characters and a generally good read.
Definitely one to look out for in the future
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It's an every day story of Irish Republican folks, up to no good. It's hard to tell what sort of no good, as the action mostly takes place in Savannah, Georgia, not usually the focus of people engaged in an armed struggle to liberate the Six Counties from the perfidious Brits.

Lots and lots of characters - it's hard to tell at first which one is which as they are introduced rapidly and briefly - and many seem to be peripheral to the story. Lots of them appear to have Irish roots, specifically Londonderry (and although they all seem to be Republicans, they never say Derry)

And when the action moves to Belfast, it is surprising how easy it is for a passing IRA assassin to stroll into Stormont, bump off Her Majesty's Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and stroll out again. You would have thought that the Brits had got fairly good at the security thing by now.

Here's a quote: "Too many things still didn't make sense. Too many things still seemed logistically impossible ". Here the author is describing how I feel.

I get the impression that the author wanted to write about the IRA, didn't know much about them so went to a St Patrick's Day celebration and asked a few people who didn't know much either and they were drunk, and then wrote his story. I got the impression that he didn't quite grasp the existence of Unionists?

And surely even in America, an Irish bar wouldn't willingly serve a Black and Tan on St Patrick's Day?
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This is the second book I have read by this author and it is a good read. Highly recommended to readers who like a mystery.
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I found this novel an interesting and exciting read.I live a few miles from Stormont and lived through the troubled times in N Ireland plus the times of peace, so I was keen to find out how the author treated the subject of the new peace at home.The core plan was believable--a good start when you are a local.The plot held together well,descriptions were clear and effective and the content well written.I know of similar-type books held together with foul and bad language--nice to see that wasn't.the case here.I look forward to reading the next book and wish Chuck Barrett. every success.
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This book was advertised as investigation into aircraft accident but ended up as gory ira plot & assassination. Most disappointing.
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Like many modern day best selling pens the author managed to weave fiction and non-fiction facts together augmented with creative use of imagination to bring about a believable reality. Story had good pace and the delivered enough detail to cross-furtilise the reader's own imagination - the subject of Air Traffic Control being a good example. Certainly did not read like his first novel.
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Good story well researched to give the reader an insight into the workings of air accident investigations, I was disappointed with the ending which will n o doubt resolve itself in Book2
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After a really promising start this story quickly became utterly ridiculous and completely puerile, a very disappointing read, not great!
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