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Stormi's Review: Jesse's Seed by Sam D. Pakan


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Publisher: Athanatos Publishing Group

Released: November 5th 201

Genre: Historical, Religious Fiction

Length: 406 pages

Format: eBook, Paperback

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Synopsis

It's autumn, 1941. The Nazis have fired on the USS Greer; London is ablaze, and the streets of Leningrad are red with blood. Still, David Dremmer is content to work his father's ranch and dream of his best friend's wife. When the United States finally enters the war, David escapes his father's disappointment and a loveless marriage by enlisting in the Air Corps. His choice proves fateful. His B-17 is shot down over Belgium. Now he is in the hands of the Nazis, and a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues as Second Lieutenant David Dremmer wages a private war with the Luftwaffe, the Wehrmacht, and his own conscience to save the life of a beautiful Resistance operative. It's then he discovers that the weakness that has kept him from his dreams is, in fact, the key to becoming who he was born to be. An award-winning, lyrical novel, Jesse's Seed explores the power of choice, finality, love, and redemption.

Three Boundless Stars

David is a young man living with his father on a farm. He finds peace in a colt that he buys off a neighbor. He learns to have faith in the horse as well as the horse learning to trust in him. They are two broke souls in need of repairing. War soon comes to David's doorstep at home and in his country. While the war is fought at home between family, David is off to fight a much bigger war. This book was pretty good to me. It told a sad tale and it kept me reading. I find peace between the horse and David in a world gone mad. World War 2 is raging on, his family life is in shambles with a reclusive bitter father and a wife he doesnt love, and David uses his time as a soldier to run away from the bad that awaits him. Davids story is a sad one, but he dreams big and once away from all the pain of home, his story takes a life changing turn. Overall this book was written well and was an interesting and soul touching read. It was full of action, drama, and hope. It is a bit slow reading, but it is a good story.


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