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 Companion Adedeji »

At first, I could have read this but the title put me off. I thought it would be something political. Now, I'm hungry for traveling. I might just get obsessed with an adventurous book like this.

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Post by Giga51087 »

The official review it is a very good one. I just finish reading the book and I loved it.

The tittle it is very missguiding. At the begening it disgrunted me of reading it. But in the end the curiosity killed the cat.
I read it and I liked it. A very good tale of friendship, personal grow, sorrow and redemption.

A personal Comendation for those of us thinking that the life its an adventure.

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Post by Dene_bola »

I love books about traveling. Even though it is a fiction story, not kind of travel writer, it can still make me ‘mind traveling’ to the beautiful places out there. And the talks about life, I think can relate it to my own life. Thank you for the review! I added this to my bookshelf already

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Post by Susanlee23 »

You have me intrigued! Traveling the world is one of the things I have always dreamed of doing, and this sounds like fun way to hear about what it could be like. Sounds like it would be well worth checking out.

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No amount of words would be enough to describe how much I loved this book!
I don't think there's any book as of late that made me laugh as much as this one lol.
A little less than imaginary~

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Post by Read Em An Weep »

Completely agree! I had a bit of trouble getting used to the pacing, but otherwise, this was a fantastic read

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I really liked the book because it has many trips ad I wanted to read same kind of book for some time.

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Post by Strangeminds »

This seems like a really interesting book

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Post by Alexandra1234 »

It sounds like a very interesting and insightful book that takes you on adventures around the world. I would be interested in reading this novel because I have the feeling I would be transported in all those places too. Great review. Well done!

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Post by Preethuarvind »

This is not the book I would read due to excessive use of profane language.

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Post by B renda »

Man mission was written by the author 'Eytan Uliel' and was accomplished by Four men , Fifteen years,One journey,the genre Other fiction.The Stroy was about "Adventure,brocode, Career, Fatherhood, Fiction, Friendship, Marriage, Relationships and travel.

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Post by ohlendorfbe »

This book appears to be a wonderful travel and adventure book. I like that it not only describes the often exotic places the men travel to, but also that it includes details about the men's personal lives. I'm really looking forward to reading it. Thanks for a great review!

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Post by Mina Goodfellow »

I love the concept of "travel pals." It sounds like a great book. Thanks for the recommendation.

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Post by deborahveader »

Judging by the title, I really thought this was a book about astronauts! Am glad to find out that it is not.
Great review, I am adding this to my list.

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Post by Bagus kustiadi »

In my opinion this book is pretty good, there are many things or lessons that can be taken from this book a life lesson challenges the story of humor, and the journey of life but this book is less understandable because the language is difficult to understand.

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