Erin Jeffson


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This book was great since I liked reading about the life of Miles Ballard. The author made it feel real since Miles showed the challenges he faced while doing his job and other personal issues. The descriptions of characters’ physical appearances were important in helping readers create an image of their appearance and connecting their roles in the story. For instance, he described Oliver’s appearance, giving me imagination and understanding of the story better. Finally, I enjoyed the real emotion the story portrays as the author narrates the story. He shows how desperately Emily wants Miles as she talks with Ingrid.
I recommend this book to people interested in novels about post-Cold War. It explains events after the Cold War and how they affected people who worked for the United States military. Read the entire review here…