Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Resist Review

RESIST by Jeffery Martin Botzenhart

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This was such an amazing read!  
It is set in Europe that is on the brink of WWII, our protagonist a German soldier named Rutger has been given a task by his commanding officer.  This mission finds him in Vienna, where most of the story takes place.  I felt instantly connected to Rutger because right away you could tell that he was a gentle soul.  He was definitely one of my favorite things about this novella.  
Rutger finds that he has an unlikely and unusual ally in the form of a mysterious woman.  I love the fact that there is a woman who seems capable, smart and totally kick ass.  
I really love the tension and secrecy of the time period too.  This is a spy/mystery novella so I will not say anything else because I fear I will spoil you.  
This novella was easy to read, flowed seamlessly and had me turning the pages with no regards to my daily chores.  Engrossing, that is why I would highly recommend this book to anyone who likes spy novels or WWII period novels or anyone interested in the affairs of the heart.  Great, really great and fast read.

You can buy Resist here https://www.amazon.com/Resist-Jeffery-Martin-Botzenhart-ebook/dp/B06XJT2PYH/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1491953972&sr=1-2



Jeff Botzenhart was born in Warren, Ohio in 1967. After graduating from Chalker High School in Southington, Ohio, he earned a Bachelor of Sciences degree from Kent State University. He currently lives with his wife and three sons in Girard, Ohio. Writing, along with drawing and painting, has been Jeff's passion since he was young. Jeff currently has two paintings on permanent display at the Girard Free Public Library, where he also yearly displays his latest works of art. As for writing, Jeff enjoys creating a variety of stories, varying from steampunk and romance to young adult works. Jeff's one other passion is for soccer. He currently is the proud coach of an amazing soccer team for autistic and special needs kids.

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