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Jeffry Hepple's Lonely is the Soldier is an outstanding saga that spans the career of a lone special forces soldier. This book is approximately . to 3 times longer than the average Kindle book I have purchased

Jeffry Hepple's Lonely is the Soldier is an outstanding saga that spans the career of a lone special forces soldier. The story follows . Lincoln from the late 70's all the way through the post-9/11 era, taking the reader along on campaigns in Beirut, Columbia, Nicaragua, Panama, Mogadishu, Afghanistan and Iraq. to 3 times longer than the average Kindle book I have purchased.

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Follow the career of 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta officer . Lincoln from Delta selection through the start of the War on Terror. This is the stand-alone prequel to The Treasure of La Malinche.

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Follow the career of 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta officer R.A. Lincoln from Delta selection through the start of the War on Terror. This is the stand-alone prequel to The Treasure of La Malinche.

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Urtte
It seems I can't review one of Jeff's books without giving it five stars. I'm a big fan of action/adventure and historical fiction, and Jeff delivers both beautifully.

Lonely is the Soldier is the backstory of one of the principal characters of The Treasure of La Malinche Vol. 1 & 2. I read Treasure first and loved it. I don't know whether you have to read these in order, but I read the prequel last. It didn't lessen my enjoyment of the story at all.

Linc is regular army, but he is recruited for a special forces unit. He mostly works undercover and gets involved in many global crises throughout his career. It's very interesting to see these events through Linc's eyes.

But don't think it's all about one military campaign after another. Linc's personal life keeps pulling him back so that we get to know him as a man, not just a fighting machine.

I really liked Treasure a lot, and as I read this one, I didn't think I would be able to choose a favorite between the two. When I got to the end, Lonely is the Soldier became the clear winner.

Now I have to read Treasure again.
Hugifyn
Jeffry Hepple's Lonely is the Soldier is an outstanding saga that spans the career of a lone special forces soldier. The story follows R.A. Lincoln from the late 70's all the way through the post-9/11 era, taking the reader along on campaigns in Beirut, Columbia, Nicaragua, Panama, Mogadishu, Afghanistan and Iraq. While "Link" finds many successes in his military endeavors, he also encounters heartbreak and personal tragedy in his life away from the battlefields.

As a fan of Tom Clancy and Vince Flynn, among other great authors in the genre, I can honestly say I now include Jeff Hepple in my personal top-5 list of favorite authors. This book is approximately 2.5 to 3 times longer than the average Kindle book I have purchased. I think it easily could have been split into a series of books, but I'm grateful to the author for giving the reader so much for just $2.99.

It's honestly a bargain at any price, and I highly recommend it.
Vivados
Very well written story focusing on the actions and experiences of the protagonist who fights terrorists around the world. Although the hero is handsome, rich,highly skilled with weapons and hand-to-hand combat, and beautiful women throw themselves at him, the author still portrays him in a believable manner. Plenty of action and good dialogue. A real page turner involving places and events that have been highly publicized. Recommended.
Bearus
Well writen.
Moonshaper
Great lead character but no man can do it all. Almost single-handedly resolved every SFOD event made public in past 30 years.
Arcanefire
Jeffry Hepple's latest novel, Lonely Is The Soldier, continues his time line of historical narratives, springing forward in time from his previous book, Home of the Brave, to the events prior to the beginning of his Treasure of La Malinche books. To this reviewer's mind, Lonely Is The Soldier is more of a precursor than a prequel in that it has little, really, to do with the story line of The Treasure of La Malinche. It does, however, introduce and relate the biography of one of the Treasure of La Malinche's more interesting characters, Robert Abraham Lincoln.

Painstakingly researched and very well written, as we've come to expect from Mr. Hepple, the story of R.A. "Link" Lincoln, follows his career as a continent hopping, U.S. Army Ranger, Delta Force operative. Readers born before about 1990 will recognize many of the locales as they received prominent play in the news media at the time. A true page turner that will keep you up at night until the book is finished, the action is fast and totally engrossing; the escapades (and escapes) are hair raising. Occasional quick jumps to Link's near past introduce the several acquaintances who figure in both this book and in the Treasure of La Malinche books.

If you have already read Mr. Hepple's Treasure of La Malinche you will probably, like me, find yourself reaching for them to relive the experience. If you haven't read them yet, let me recommend them to you - they're well worth the reading time.
Lonely is the Soldier download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Jeffry S. Hepple
ISBN: 1451590024
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 5, 2010)
Pages: 578 pages