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Tales From Majestic: Genesis (Cold War thriller series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This opening tale works well because Jason has researched the subject matter extremely well and mixes historical characters and UFO Lore with a story that may well be very close to what has really happened and continues to this day. Indeed the world of Ufology and conspiracy theorys may have their very own Le Carre or Craig Thomas!
I can't wait to read the next installment and am glad that Jason will continue this as an ongoing saga.
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When reading I could tell research was done on events, time frame and historical figures. I liked the story to the point I give it five stars, it was entertaining, thought provoking and most of all enjoyable for the time spent. I enjoyed the story so much I purchased Mr. Chapman’s novel “The Angel Committee” which is the same genre set on the other side of the Atlantic in England, which makes sense since Mr. Chapman is from the United Kingdom.
I have no complaint with this story, or with “Angel Committee” which I am presently reading. If any complaint it would be in the rest of the Tales from Majestic titles price. At $2.99 it seems excessively high to me for 20 to 26 pages (the equivalent of 163 to 176 kilobytes) of entertainment, considering well known authors such as Barry Eisler sell short stories of 32 to 41 pages (199 to 277 kb) for ¢ .99 and a 114 page (310 kb) novella for $2.99.
I am extremely tempted to continue on with the Tales from Majestic but presently it is cost prohibitive for me to the time/money spent. I encourage you to read Mr. Chapman’s story, I believe you will enjoy it if you like this sort of fiction or speculation. I’ll review Angel Committee too when I have finished it, which by the way for me was reasonably priced at $8.99 for 468 pages.
Sadly for me Tales ends here until my finances improve.