Saturday, July 14, 2012

BLACK EAGLE FORCE - Another 5 Star Review


Ken Farmer and Buck Stienke continue to receive high praises and 5 Star Reviews for their Book "Black Eagle Force."  Buck and Ken will be available for book signing at the  LEXICON WRITERS CONFERENCE on July 21-22, 2012 in Denton, Texas, and will also he hosting a workshop.
KEN FARMER
July 10, 2012
5.0 out of 5 stars 
A uniquely-rich, masterpiece of storytelling
July 10, 2012 By Shaun P. Cunningham "Picto" (TX, USA)
This review is from: Black Eagle Force: Eye of the Storm
This is a novel with the power of seduction rivaled only by lust itself. Be warned that it may gently draw you in until you can't let go, whether you want to or not.

A uniquely-rich, military-action adventure novel, one of its most striking qualities is its incessant ability to deceive you into thinking you're reading some sort of factual account from the annals of American crime history.

Several underpinning stories of international conflict are told in order to provide a foundational underbelly for the existence of a US Delta Force-style of tier one, special counter-terrorist team known as the Black Eagle Force whose ultimate mission is to take down Javier Cojone, a Pablo Escobar-esque Mexican arms dealer, white slaver and drug lord. The story develops with all the requisite objectives, conflicts and antagonistic forces one would expect from a military action novel, but does so with such rich development of characters that you may ask yourself how fiction can be so convincing when it is by its very nature devoid of facts. Black Eagle Force is written with such aplomb (and never gratuitously) that you may also find yourself believing that everything written between the covers surely happened to somebody, somewhere, at sometime (or perhaps should).

"Black Eagle Force: Eye Of The Storm" is a masterpiece of storytelling and may become the surprise elite of American military novels. You don't read this book, you experience it and if you're concerned about your imaginational capacity to absorb it, don't be. Any deficit in your imagination is negated by the sheer storytelling brilliance of writers, Farmer and Stienke. Black Eagle Force is a must-read for all those who are fascinated by (or even remotely curious about) the amaranthine conflict between the international powers of good and evil within the deep, dark underworld that remains omnipresent in our every day lives.