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Fire Owl
by Gerald W. Mills Twilight Times Books

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1931201854

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

An exciting tale with loads of action. The third in the series of James Foster's adventures in his search for a place to belong and understanding of his near magical power over the wind. An ungrateful government that does not trust what they cannot control has put a price on James Foster's head and so have privately funded groups, all who see him as a near maniacal power hungry man who could and would destroy the world to get what he wants. This misunderstanding, whether deliberate or accidental, causes James and his wife to constantly be on the move as they are always hunted. In Fire Owl, the very talented author, Gerald W. Mills, uses his considerable imagination to give the reader another great adventure where James has become aware of an extension of his ability. While James Foster is learning to use his new talent, Secretary of the Interior, wealthy Ben Howland is considering a scheme that will give him control of the government, a scheme so frighteningly real, the reader will be checking the newspapers to see if they've caught the man and his henchmen. The question is: Will James Foster be able to learn to control his new talent before Howland puts his plan into its final stages, an action that would ravage the country from coast to coast and cost countless lives. Or will those who hunt Foster be successful in capturing or killing him first? Highly recommended reading for any reader searching for excitement with a difference. A book you won't want to put down and one you will want to read more than once. The balance of tension between the characters and their actions will have you biting your nails. I guarantee you will enjoy this tale. I certainly did and look forward to the next adventure by this talented author.

 

 
 

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