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This book was really interesting and surprised me (in a good way). Unlike a lot of war books, it wasn't all that violent and it wasn't slow paced, either. The only problem I had was that I couldn't really relate to the main character, Bob. He just seemed to be full of himself and not a nice person.

08/11/2008
This is a great mystery. It appears to be really simple, but twists and turns keep you guessing until the end of the story. If you like mysteries, you'll like this one.
07/16/2008
This book was great. It was a nice mystery and was fun and easy to read. Sure, it was a bit unbelievable, but even that made it an enjoyable read!
07/16/2008
I don't really like short stories, and these were nothing special. Unless you are a fan of science fiction/futuristic short stories, you can easily give these stories a miss.

06/27/2008
I liked this book a lot, because the characters drew me into the story, and told me the struggles that they went through.

The story is about a Swedish family that came to Nebraska to become farmers and how they survive and the troubles that they go through.

I can't really say anything negative about the book. It was a really fast read, and I would recommend this book.
01/17/2006
This book was really difficult to read, but I struggled through it. I had problems with the point of view constantly changing, the incomplete thoughts, and I never seemed to know who was saying what...

The story line was stretched too long, and I think that this story would have been better as a short story rather than a novel.
01/15/2006
Candace Irving - Page-Turning Military Thrillers
FEATURED AUTHOR - A former US Navy Surface Warfare Officer, Candace Irving currently writes mainstream mysteries & thrillers featuring strong female leads. Visit candaceirving.com to sign up for her newsletter & find out more about her Deception Point Military Thriller series. As our Author of the Day, she tells us all about her book, Aimpoint.