[Sent this new inquirer a free Brigade in .pdf format some weeks ago. - HAC]
Dear Mr. Covington:
completed the read of your book in its entirety. I must say that it
was more enjoyable than Shogun. I personally think it would make a good
film. Alas, it would
need to be privately funded.
I had alternating thoughts throughout the
read. Sometimes I found myself reading a book of fiction and other times
I actually felt that you were talking to me. Authors, clever ones, can
weave messages into their tales if people
will only listen. I would also wager that some people would see it as a
guide or instruction manual, but that would only get a person in
trouble if it were true.
After I read the last page I sat for a moment
and thought, “Would the government really fight
fair and/or use just conventional weapons?” I came to the conclusion
right then that the Unites States government is far more evil and
Luciferian in nature. I am talking about the same people that had a hand
in 10/22 (wink), that boldly tells us that our kids
don’t belong to us and that the old and inform have no value. These
same evil people that would not stop or pull a punch until they had a
boot on our throat just so they could listen to the gurgle of the last
breath as it escapes our lungs.
If that fight ever
appears in my lifetime then the only way to come out the other side is
go through it and go through it at full speed, full force and don’t quit
till you see ocean. Basically tear it all down and start again and this time get it right.
- J. A.
[Anyone wanting a free copy of any of my Northwest novels who can hande reading a long book on a computer screen, let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you a .pdf by attachment. - HAC]