Featured Official Review: Man Mission by Eytan Uliel [January 2020 Book of the Month]

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Re: Featured Official Review: Man Mission by Eytan Uliel [January 2020 Book of the Month]

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Thanks for the review.Having friends you can do adventure together is beautifuland just out of this world.

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This isn't something I would normally read, but reading about a mans viewpoint through these kinds of adventures sounds interesting. Nice review.
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This seems to be a great read for adventurous spirits. I, for one, love to travel. Great review!

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I have read and reviewed this book as well and have it four stars. This is not just an ordinary travel story and many will enjoy this. Thanks for your review!

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It seemed to be an exciting tour of the world by a group of friends which will lead to a lot of learning along the way. Educational and informative, nice! Congrats!

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I like the mixture between travel, humor, and suspense. Sounds like a great read!

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From a sampling, this seems like an interesting story following the lives of four friends that have decided to take a trip in order to reconnect. It might be worth a second look. Well done.

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Reading the review alone sets off that adventure feeling. Definitely would want to read this book since it's about adventure and how it makes a difference in the lives of these 4 friends.
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Not the type of adventure novel I am looking for but hopefully others will find it interesting.

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Sounds like an interesting book, but not something I would read! Give me a good crime, attorney fiction and I’m in.

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Wow what a detailed review and it made me more interested in trying out this new read. I love books that have travel and other cultures in it.
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This sounds really neat and I wish I could get a copy of this book for free! I’m not normally into books from this genre but something about this book caught my eye.

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This book seems to be fun. I want so sure about it at first. I've always wanted to go travel!
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I have read this book and this review can not be more accurate. You get to visit exotic places while learning what things are like from a man's prospective. Great book and great review!

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The book combines travel and adventures with each character's intimate life details seamlessly. Based on the review, the book seems to be a refreshing read while engaging the readers in the characters' lives. Thank you for the amazing review.
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