Featured: Requiem by Orlando A. Sanchez
Orlando A. Sanchez
Review: A perfect book if you love adventure, intrigue, magic, the modern world, classic automobiles, mythical creatures, and gods and goddesses.
No matter how fast you are, you can’t outrun your past.
When Ramirez receives a call from Shadow Company, he uncovers secrets from Simon’s covert operative days and an instruction: contact Simon.
An agent Simon thought dead, has resurfaced, looking for vengeance and his help.
Now, together with Monty, Simon must stop this agent from exacting revenge before it’s too late and countless lives are lost.
Will Simon succeed in keeping his past hidden?
Will the past come to haunt his present and destroy his future?
Meet Orlando A. Sanchez:
Orlando Sanchez has been writing ever since his teens when he was immersed in creating scenarios for playing Dungeon and Dragons with his friends every weekend. An avid reader, his influences are too numerous to list here.
The worlds of his books are urban settings with a twist of the paranormal lurking just behind the scenes and generous doses of magic, martial arts, and mayhem.
Aside from writing, he holds a 2nd and 3rd Dan in two distinct styles of Karate. If not training, he is studying some aspect of the martial arts or martial arts philosophy.
He currently resides in New York City with his family.
Please visit his site at: OrlandoASanchez.com for more information about his books and upcoming releases.
Review by Kindle Customer:
This is Orlando Sanchez at his A-game.
Once more into the breach of battle our heroes have to go… with the stakes being very deadly indeed.
Simon and Monty, with the awesome and fearsome
Peaches shaking the earth by their side (do not mention diet), are backed into a corner by old enemies.
Simon’s days in Shadow Company come back to haunt him as he is maneuvered like a chess piece into taking one last mission.
Requiem is the epitome of the saying: “Never back an honorable man (or in this case men) into a corner because they will unleash hell to protect the ones they love.”
The banter is back, serious, snarky, humorous by turn.
Questions about the past are answered but new ones arise.
There is death and destruction, though Simon (and Monty) aren’t responsible for ALL of it.
Requiem is amazing.
Also, we get to meet the inaugural winner of the M&S red-shirt competition… as said red-shirt I approve my glorious death.
Go read: this is Orlando at his best.
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