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The Seed

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  • Title: The Seed
  • Author: Jon McDonald
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  • Page: 376
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[PDF] Download õ The Seed : by Jon McDonald, The Seed, Jon McDonald, The Seed Jon McDonald is the author of The Seed which has been called the world s page turning spellbinding can t put down satirical political thriller As an author Jon s mission is to provide readers with stories that delight and entertain so they can enjoy a pleasurable respite from their busy day to day lives Readers describe turning the last page of McDonald s booksJon McDonald is the au [PDF] Download õ The Seed : by Jon McDonald - The Seed, The Seed Jon McDonald is the author of The Seed which has been called the world s page turning spellbinding can t put down satirical political thriller As an author Jon s mission is to provide readers wi

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About "Jon McDonald"

  1. Jon McDonald

    As an author, Jon s mission is to provide readers with stories that delight and entertain so they can enjoy a pleasurable respite from their busy day to day lives Readers describe turning the last page of McDonald s books not only feeling completely satisfied, but also wanting .His adventure stories are exciting fast paced and captivating They are filled with intriguing plots, imaginative locales and storylines that make you think about real issues in an engaging way His adventure readers are selective typically enjoying the works of other notable peers in the field including David Baldacci, John Grisham, Tom Clancy, and James Patterson His humorous tales delight and amuse evoking the satire of David Sedaris, the laugh out loud humor of Ethan Mordden or the sly English observations of E.F Benson.Jon s readers are just as likely to be found listening to classical music, NPR, traveling abroad, shopping at local farmer s markets, preparing gourmet food or walking the halls of the Hermitage, the Met, or the Louvre as they are reading his humorous, intelligent stories written for an audience who shy away from run of the mill writing.Jon McDonald lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico He won awarded 1st prize in the 2009 Santa Fe New Mexican holiday short story contest, 2009 He has also been published in Raphael s Village, ImageOutWrite, Bay Laurel, Jonathan, and Off the Rocks, Vol 17.

826 Comments

  1. I recieved an arc copy of this book for free from inked rainbow reads for an honest review of it When I started it I was real skeptical if I was going to enjoy it or not And honestly it took at least the first two chapters for me to really get into the book The first two chapters are basically a background of all of the many chapters in this book It is not a book that revolves around just one character but instead it is book that revolves around numerous characters and to be honest I do think th [...]


  2. Not what you would ordinarily expect from a political thriller I normally do not read Political Thrillers preferring lighhthearted reading I thought I would give this one ago When I first started the book the opening throw me for a bit of a loop but it all made sense as the story unfolded Do not judge the book by the beginning I loved anticipating what was going to happen to these characters and how they would interact with each other The book never seemed to have any true heros but rather show [...]


  3. Not your typical political thriller While all the elements for a good political tale are there, they are assembled in a fresh and playful way It s like McDonald is taking the usual formula and turning it on its head Though it is careful getting started, it is totally appropriate to set up the characters and situations necessary for the story to unfold I loved anticipating what was going to happen to these characters One thing I really liked was that most of the characters have both good and bad [...]


  4. While the beginning seemed a little slow, it was really necessary to introduce the characters and the scenarios that created the plot There were many twists and turns that kept me wanting to keep reading no matter how late it was One of the things that I enjoyed is that many of the characters were good bad There were some clear cut bad guys but most of them had positive and negative traits in their personalities and actions It makes for a much interesting story Overall, I really enjoyed this bo [...]


  5. Good story poorly writtenPerhaps I am too critical when it comes to grammar, punctuation and proof reading as I am enjoying a good story, but when a person calls himself an author he should be adept with the tools of his trade I plan on reading books by this author, as he seems to have a knack for spinning a good story.


  6. Politics, big oil, drama, intrigue and sexAll this and , along with wicked tongue in cheek humor combine to make this a fun roller coaster of a read The main characters are believable and lovable, the dialogue crisp and at times hysterical, and the action ping pongs back and forth between the northern and southern hemispheres I highly recommend it.


  7. Not generally a big fan of political thrillers, but having read McDonald s other work decided to give it a try Well, it certainly didn t disappoint What made it work for me was the humor Didn t expect that in this kind of book But it really kept my interest throughout with lots of twists and turns and fun surprises Great characters and thoroughly enjoyed every minute.


  8. I enjoyed the book I think I belong to the wrong political party, but it still grabbed my attention.I would recommend this book to some of my friends who like political thrillers Note I received this book through Giveaway.


  9. Quick read with a few twists A good quick read with detailed characters and an interesting story line I was pleased with a few twists in the plot.


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