Official Review: Trojan by David L Wallace

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Re: Official Review: Trojan by David L Wallace

Post by Ssinghal » 17 Jun 2017, 03:28

The way you describe the book surely makes it look interesting. I will surely read the book.

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Post by versatileer » 17 Jun 2017, 03:37

Trojan by David L Wallace is a great political thriller with a twist of Greek mythology, with a look behind the realms of Thor, and it is Intertwined with technology. I cannot wait to read the whole book!

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Post by Amika Nantiza » 17 Jun 2017, 03:51

I enjoyed reading the review of this book which is Trojan by David L.Wallace because it was so relevant to us as a part of one nation. This shows how the people of one nation protect its terrritory and fight for their freedom from their colony.

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Post by Moniquejm » 17 Jun 2017, 04:11

The sample of the book is great. It is an interesting book which tooks about computer and technology.

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Post by michelonline29 » 17 Jun 2017, 04:39

Talking about greeks are enthralling. I lookforward on reading the whole book. Thank you for a great review!
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Post by Udu Jackson » 17 Jun 2017, 06:07

What a great review. So interest like I am reading the book, the theme is thrilling. Great work

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Post by MURIIRA » 17 Jun 2017, 06:19

Re: Official Review: Trojan by David L Wallace.

This book is interesting since it captures the real life situations affecting the security of the world today. It educates on how to deal with security threats, appreciate family and friends, be patriotic and dedicated to what one does. Its a 4 out of 4 stars for me.

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Post by Estrelldamilola » 17 Jun 2017, 06:49

Your review give a great deal of synthesis to the book. You have created a enthusiasmand passion within your readers. I'm adding the book to my shelve.

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Your review give a great deal of synthesis to the book. You have created a enthusiasmand passion within your readers. I'm adding the book to my shelve.

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Post by Festus » 17 Jun 2017, 07:54

Adoption of titles or story lines from the works of legendary artists is a practice that has survived literary traditions, time and space. David Wallace's Trojan, modeled after Homer's Illiad is a case study. Chinua Achebe in his debut seems to have followed suit with Things Fall Apart, fashioned along the path of "The Second Coming", the work of the famous English Romantic poet, John Keats. In either way, both writers appear passionate about the fate, dream and future of their societies. That the protagonist does not display segregation or class dichotomy is Wallace's way of enlightening his audience on the strength of America. There is a lot humanity can learn from this view point in bid to advancing our collective aspiration.

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Post by Belynda White » 17 Jun 2017, 08:34

This is totally amazing. :D
Festus wrote:Adoption of titles or story lines from the works of legendary artists is a practice that has survived literary traditions, time and space. David Wallace's Trojan, modeled after Homer's Illiad is a case study. Chinua Achebe in his debut seems to have followed suit with Things Fall Apart, fashioned along the path of "The Second Coming", the work of the famous English Romantic poet, John Keats. In either way, both writers appear passionate about the fate, dream and future of their societies. That the protagonist does not display segregation or class dichotomy is Wallace's way of enlightening his audience on the strength of America. There is a lot humanity can learn from this view point in bid to advancing our collective aspiration.
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