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]

Post by Wyland »

I like the prospect of reading an adventure story that takes friends over a number of countries all over the world – biking in Japan and kayaking in Australia sound like a good plot. Thanks for a nice review.

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Sounds like a really book... We have friendship mixed with crime and that just goes to show that this book won't be like all regular suspense novels... It's gonna have comedy and real life situations one can relate with... Can't wait to read it

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I read this book and gave it a 4 out of 4 stars as I really enjoyed. I would recommend it to lovers of adventure and real life stories. Congratulations on BOTD. Thanks for your review.
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an intriguing read filled with adventure and chaos, an ideal read for people who love to travel and explore

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This is a great book and i literally saw the world through the authors eyes. It also has some wonderful educational literature on family values and marriage. It is one amazing adventure. Thanks for the spectacular review.

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Post by njorogeann41 »

An amazing book on fiction and alot of adventures of friends. I will live to read it

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Post by Larrymaxy »

This book so far read by me has open me to many ideas,makes travelling the world a priority.

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Post by Hplanet1 »

Traveling have always been part of me. The book keep the fire burning inside of me. Its a book for those who like traveling and those who do not should read.

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I love this adventurious story that focuses on friends, relationships, and family. The challenges they encountered made the book intriguing

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Post by YoshaP »

Seems that the author has managed to write a very exciting book about travel. Not being a big outdoors person, I don't think the book is for me though. Thank you for your descriptive review!

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Post by belsen2017 »

A very interesting twist,I love to read more

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Post by Howlan »

These adventures have a certain exotic charm. I would love to go through the book. Thanks for the recommendation.

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Post by Catherine Patrick »

One of my hobbies, is traveling. I have always imagined myself visiting places like California, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Las Vegas, South Africa, Texas and so many other places. But that used to be merely an imagination until I started reading books and with such a wonderful review on Man Mission, I feel certain I'll be on another ride round the world when I'll be reading it.

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Post by Gacau »

Any book with stories on adventure gives the readers a taste of new discoveries. From the review, Man Mission is an interesting book of discovery on matters to do with family, relationships, marriage, fatherhood and career. I'm looking forward to reading this book in whole.

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I believe nowadays anyone can relate to the leap of faith this book represents; having the courage to achieve that defining moment that brings about change to your ordinary life. It sounds like an exciting book for the first month of a new year!

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