Monday, December 5, 2011

Reaper Two-Six by Robert Grand Blog Tour Review

Paperback: 252 pages
Publisher: Reaper Two-Six Productions (July 26, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0615506933
ISBN-13: 978-0615506937
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches

Book Courtesy of Author

Will the Reapers bring peace and stability to the world?

The world is suffering from the effects of out-of-control terrorism. Governments are spending huge amounts of precious capital for the safety and security of air and rail transportation as well as inspections at all sea ports. The global economic effect is crippling; countries struggle to manage commerce, international trade, business growth, job creation and tourism. The world’s economy is on the brink of collapse.

The Global Defense Organization™ (GDO) has been created to be a cost effective multinational elite group that monitors, infiltrates and eliminates terrorist activities within all supporting countries. Known only as Reaper Two-Six™, this secret 48 member squadron has quickly earned a reputation for precisely eliminating terrorist threats, in the air and on the ground.

Why did China and Columbia oppose the creation of the GDO? Are they connected to global terrorist cells? Are they secretly financing the sale of weapons?

The Reaper’s greatest challenge is now upon them; infiltrate China and Columbia to discover their real intentions. Through a series of electrifying and heart-stopping missions, see how the Reapers use their skills and advanced technology to put fear back where it belongs, in the minds of the terrorists, not in the minds of its citizens.

About the author:

Robert Grand is an author, publisher and aerospace engineer. During his 23 years in engineering, Robert worked for McDonnell Douglas, Cirrus Design, NASA and Pratt & Whitney, supporting numerous aeronautical programs, including: Advanced F-15 engine design, Space Shuttle launch flight path evaluation, ST-50 proof-of-concept aircraft design and testing, and jet engine liner overhaul and repair on 737, 747, 757, MD-80, MD-90, DC-10, MD-11, A319, A320 and A321 aircraft.

Robert’s inspiration for The Rise of Global Insurgency came from his first love - flying. He earned a private pilots’ license, allowing him to enjoy commanding a Grumman Tiger aircraft. During his spare time, Robert enjoys gaming on his PS3, including: Hawx, Hawx 2, Star Wars the Force Unleashed 1 & 2, Gran Turismo 5 and Uncharted 2 (eventually 3). He also is a website and Android App programmer.

Robert grew up within walking distance of Michigan stadium and loved to hear the roar of the crowd on football Saturdays. Even though life took him in different directions for college, Robert is still a big University of Michigan fan, with football and basketball being his favorite sports to watch.

Robert resides in South Lyon, Michigan with his beloved Carol and their Italian Greyhound dog Sofie. Both Robert and Carol enjoy watching Blu-ray movies in their home theater while relaxing in stadium-style seating and eating freshly made old-fashioned popcorn. Some of Robert's favorite movies include: The Hunt for Red October, Star Wars series, Star Trek Series, Top Gun, Aliens, Love Actually, Indiana Jones series and Contact.

Being a daughter of a Army Veteran this book intrigued me, though its not my normal type of read. At first I wasn't sure if I was going to like it being so far different than what I normal read, but the author quickly won me over.

This book was full of action from the being and grabbed my attention as well. I didn't feel lost like I thought I would be. The author did an excellent job in explaining how this organization(secret group) worked.

The Reaper Two-Six is a secret military squadron assigned to take care of any kind of terrorism threat and in this book they are trying to stop a major country determined in taking over all the world's resources in effect take over the world.

This book also fits in with what a lot is happening today or what could happen. which is a scary thought. I enjoyed this book very much and I highly recommend this book to any fan of military fiction.



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