Official Review: East Wind, 2nd edition by Jack Winnick

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Re: Official Review: East Wind, 2nd edition by Jack Winnick

Post by sonya01 »

What an awesome review! You make this book sound really gripping, and I would really like to give it a try. Well done!

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I love literature full of action. And you have really mined it out of how the characters move from one country to another and adapting to their new settlement. And the fighting, the planning, the change in opinion, and I just can't finish it all. I just want to enjoy the author's creativity as you have described it.

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I have never read a “spy novel” but with such a well structured and thought out review, I’m definitely looking forward to adding this book onto my bookshelf. I’m a sucker for minor details so learning that there are multiple backstories and switches in narratives really gives me the idea that I’m going to be able to really get attached to the characters.

Looking forward to reading this!

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I just finished 'The Date Farm' by the same author. This might be my next book.
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Post by zas1710 »

The review was undeniably intriguing. It seems that the book, East Wind (2nd Edition) by Jack Winnick must have those 'a chill ran through my spine' feels. Being described about the terrorist attacks, it also shows that it must be interesting for people who like action and thrill together. I surely feel this one's a must read. Looking forward to read it soon. Kudos to the author:)
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Post by Kabonge1 »

The book is good it explain about terrorism. The story explain activity done by terrorism that cause death of the people through nuclear bombs. But the educate that some terrorism change behaviar after adopting other culture or westen culture.

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Another part of the series! The author is very talented in putting up the actions altogether. Congrats to the BOTD. realistic stories are a great factor in saving your story, I agree.
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Post by Marion Jepkosgei »

Wow! International crime thriller. Jack Winnick is amazing. This series is great. Lara and Uri are just wonderful.

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Post by Adanna Inya »

Looks like we are on an Uri and Lara series. There's a depth to this plot that fascinates me. Walid has to fight the biggest war of his life, the battle of the mind. I want to see how this pans out. I love spy and thriller novels, and this is a must read.

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Post by Nena mehzz »

Even though I am not a great fan of spy books. Your review precisely state that this one is different.
Great review 👍

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Post by Richard759 »

I love this book so much I think the author has a great insight by putting all this together love it so much

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Post by sanjus »

An amazing action packed countdown race to stop terrorism is found in an espionage thriller "East Wind, 2nd edition" by Jack Winnick, which follows Uri Levin, a member of Special Operations arm of the Israeli Mossad and Lara Edmond, a FBI agent. The book appears to be very much thrilling to read.
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Post by almeidabel »

the narrative sounds amazing, couldn't read it yet but I definitely will. I love everything that contains police stuff and I bet I will like this one too. great review!!

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Post by Pmfit_27 »

Exciting when we understand two culture inside intriguing in terrorist brought us to new experience and I believe every author have their own character drive emotional readers, Awesome

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Post by Chumbaa20 »

East Wind 2nd edition written By Jack Winnick continues to narrate terrorist activities and the crucial role played By The security personnel to Stop terrorism.
Terrorists continues to recruit college students and train them to carry out such attacks. Hakim, Uri's friend, walid and Rashiv are among the recruits.
Hakim carries out a Terror attack with six Others on a school ground Killing Children. Uri persues them killing Hakim and sadly losing his friends too. Ed Cooper lost his life due to a Terror explosion at Santa Monica Bay.
Terrorists have a way of sending coded messages among themselves ,.Lara Edmond is helping the security team intercept such coded messages, Uri is send to meet her.

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