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Stephen S. Martino:

“Shades” is a spellbinding read from beginning to end, one that will satisfy a broad spectrum of readers, from historical to science fiction to adventure to thriller -  “Shades of Gray”  delivers.

 

Wayne Sherline - Editor/CEO   -------  Weekend News Publication

“It is worth reading through the impeccably researched jargon and conspiracy theories, which are seamlessly blended to make a compelling, if lengthy plot."   

 

Alice D. for www.ReadersFavorite.com:
5/5 star rating.

This is a brilliant work of fiction, well-researched and well-written. Character development is first rate. There are plots within plots, and the story evolves with many plot and character twists. Bad guys become good guys as Drew, Dal, and their fellow agents work to get Paul Slade out of China and the Black Sabbath flash drive into place, hidden as it is in the base of a substitute gold statue.

The dialogue of the story's many characters is exceptionally good, true to life, and along with plot development, will draw even the casual reader into this engaging story of the complexity of foreign relations. The agents and counter agents play well against each other as they swear, burp, make love, play golf, fight, take dangerous plane rides, and make their way to story's end.

After A PASSAGE TO BURMA ends, readers will want to read Jason Denaro's former stories about Drew Blake and his companions in high places. This is a book that should be on library and bookstore bookshelves everywhere.

 

Suite 101 UK Book Review:
5/5 star rating.

"A Historical Political Thriller that tells the story of a doomsday-like Chinese military operation seeking to control the planet's weather, and the team of US elite agents that are sent into the heart of China to steal a computer flash drive pivotal to stopping that plan reaching fruition.  Jason Denaro blends a story of betrayal, death defying battles and a fast paced deception against the complexity of American foreign policy and the tenuous balance of peace with foreign powers such as the Chinese and Taiwanese whilst also touching on the war in Iraq. A PASSAGE TO BURMA is relevant to the Bush era political climate and capitalizes well on the idea that, by engaging in war, America has overstretched itself and left itself vulnerable.  The fast moving and at times almost satirical plot of A PASSAGE TO BURMA convinces in both tension and situation. Five star reading!”

 

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