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Sullivan's War: Prologue - Sergeant Riley's Account

by Michael K. Rose

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I’ve been wanting to read Michael K. Rose’s Sullivan’s War books for months now and haven’t gotten to that part of my to-be-read pile just yet. But tonight I have a little down time for a short read, and decided to at least start with the Sullivan’s War Prologue, Sergeant Riley’s Account.

This is just the short story I needed to sit down with. It’s a fast ready, yet it has a lot going on inside it where it’s memorable. As the description states, this is a stand-alone story, yet at the same time it fits perfectly as the start of something much bigger.

As I stated this story was a fast read. It flowed from beginning to end as the action moved along. As the story kept unfolding I kept turning the pages, but I didn’t want it to end. I was only left wanting more. I wanted to know what happens next. I wanted to see the politics of Edaline more, and I’m not very in to politics. I wanted to see the aftermath of the ending. What am I saying? I’m saying that I want to read Sullivan’s War now! Luckily, I have it loaded up on my Kindle already for what I can dive into those three books. ( )
  Robert.Zimmermann | Oct 7, 2013 |
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