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Friday, September 29, 2017

The Presidents Club, FCEtier, aka, Chip Etier - Book Review



by FCEtier

5 Books
Highest Rating


The Presidents Club
by FCEtier
Copyright 2013
Venture Galleries, LLC
1220 Chateau Lane
Hideaway, TX
200pp
Kindle Edition: $2.99
Paperback: From $12.99
ISBN: 978-1-937569-41-9


Delightfully readable, masterfully written, and meticulously detailed, "The Presidents Club," by FCEtier, aka, Chip Etier, takes a reader on a wild ride into the world of political conspiracy, assassination, intrigue, mystery and sudden murder, while tempering it with a dash of romance and good ol' boy common sense.

"The Presidents Club" is that gripping, can't-put-it-down, page-turner tale that will keep a reader's eyes blinking in awe and fixed to every word, first page to last.

In "The Presidents Club," FCEtier writes fiercely about John Hixon, a retired G-man who is recovering from wounds after saving the life of billionaire investor Julian Thibaut, and how when Thibaut calls on Hixon again to protect his seven buddies while investigating murder, Hixon responds rising to the occasion testing his talents, intuition, and experience to the max.

In "The Presidents Club," FCEtier introduces brilliantly, seven believable characters in astonishing detail. Each character unique, likeable, well, almost, and leaving a reader with a lasting impression and wondering are these people real?

Each chapter is short, numbered in words, tightly written and succinct, making reading "The Presidents Club," a fast, fun-filled escape from the real world of politics and current events, or is it? Fast paced, a reader must pay attention, FCEtier writes a fast-moving tale with a punch.

A master at describing historical and current events, FCEtier leaves his reader to wonder does he own a crystal ball? FCEtier hits hard, leads a reader to believe one thing, and then suddenly, he twists to a different path creating that oh-no! moment, causing his reader to gasp out loud, What did I just read? and rereading a chapter or two to make sure.

A master word-spinner and brilliant writer, FCEtier's, "The Presidents Club," will find a reader holding tight to his seat and talking out loud to no one in particular from beginning to end. This is the best book I have read in a long time.

For these reasons and more, BookOrBust awards "The Presidents Club" five (5) Books.







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