Official Review: The US Navy Seal by William H Brackley

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xoxoAnushka wrote:
18 Mar 2020, 23:25
Great review! Unfortunately the book doesn't standout on his own.
No, it definitely needs work. Thanks for stopping by!

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19 Mar 2020, 01:11
Thanks for the review. I was all excited at the beginning only to realize not only did the book lack depth,it lacked believability as well. I don't think I will be giving this one a try.
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I was getting all excited about this book. There is something particular in the military stories that makes them appealing to me. But I think I'll skip it for now. Hopefully, your advice would be taken into consideration and this book will rocket to the "great read" podium. Impressive analysis! Thanks!
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Thanks for your insightful review about the book,which follows Jenna, who uncovers a massive scandal that seems to go all the way to the top of the U.S. government. Hope the issues raised in this review will be addressed by the author and come out with a nice book.
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Seems like the author had good ideas but fell short on the quality of writing. Looks like the author needs a proofreader and an editor as well. Thanks for an honest review!
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Sounds like the author has a lot of potential to develop an exciting story, but has failed to make it believable. Thanks for the great review!
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InStoree wrote:
19 Mar 2020, 09:48
I was getting all excited about this book. There is something particular in the military stories that makes them appealing to me. But I think I'll skip it for now. Hopefully, your advice would be taken into consideration and this book will rocket to the "great read" podium. Impressive analysis! Thanks!
Thanks, InStoree, for stopping by and commenting! I hope you are right.

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sanjus wrote:
20 Mar 2020, 06:15
Thanks for your insightful review about the book,which follows Jenna, who uncovers a massive scandal that seems to go all the way to the top of the U.S. government. Hope the issues raised in this review will be addressed by the author and come out with a nice book.
I hope so too. Thanks, Sanjus, for the comments!

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Charlyt wrote:
21 Mar 2020, 04:54
Seems like the author had good ideas but fell short on the quality of writing. Looks like the author needs a proofreader and an editor as well. Thanks for an honest review!
A good editor would certainly help out a lot. Thanks for the comments!

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espo wrote:
22 Mar 2020, 10:15
Sounds like the author has a lot of potential to develop an exciting story, but has failed to make it believable. Thanks for the great review!
Thanks for reading it and commenting!

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This bool really expanded on being a navy seal, it’s not a easy thing to do, but this book doesn’t Appel to me right away

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Jordannieto00 wrote:
25 Mar 2020, 11:41
This bool really expanded on being a navy seal, it’s not a easy thing to do, but this book doesn’t Appel to me right away
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