Tuesday, November 11, 2014

THE SHADOW SOLDIER - A VETERANS DAY MASTERPIECE!





http://www.amazon.com/Shadow-Soldier-Becca-Boucher-ebook/dp/B00PAX6A2O/ref=sr_1_13_twi_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1415729324&sr=1-13&keywords=visionary+press+collaborative

The Shadow Soldier, written by Becca Boucher, and published by Visionary Press Collaborative, is a Veterans Day masterpiece. Don't just take my word for it. Look at the Five Star reviews below.These reviews from the women who wrote them show us that those who are left behind, waiting for their soldiers to return, suffer terribly too. One soldier's tribulations are shared by many.

This is a story of war, of love, angst, and so much more. Rebecca leaves nothing out.

Also, Rebecca is donating the proceeds of this great book to the Wounded Warrior Project. Every penny collected will go to this worthy cause. Visionary Press Collaborative is not taking any of the royalties either. Rebecca wrote this story, did the formatting, and did the cover. Benjamin Bautz and I did the editing, but that was a labor of love. This belongs to the Wounded Warrior Project.

This super book will be coming out in paper back as well. Actually, it has to. I live in Cheyenne, Wyoming. I receive my healthcare at the VA and FE Warren AFB is here as well. We also have an Air National Guard and a National Guard here. There are many people who would love to receive this book. Soldiers and their families. I intend to hand them out. I will personally buy the books so all the proceeds go to the Wounded Warrior Project. I'm a Veteran, and I took some hits in 'Nam. I know what these wonderful people are going through.

Spread the word! Not only will you be receiving a great book, but you will be helping out a well deserving cause.


Blaze McRob

Book Description

November 5, 2014
When a soldier is lost in the snowy mountains of Afghanistan, another soldier shoulders the blame, while a young woman feels his loss thousands of miles away in Boston's Back Bay. Can a mysterious man bridge the gap and help the two heal?

5.0 out of 5 stars The Shadow Soldier November 7, 2014
By Pixie
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The Shadow Soldier By Becca Boucher
Synopsis: When a soldier is lost in the snowy mountains of Afghanistan, another soldier shoulders the blame, while a young woman feels his loss thousands of miles away in Boston's Back Bay. Can a mysterious man bridge the gap and help the two heal?
My Review: With Veteran's day around the corner, I cannot think of a better book to read! Ms Boucher takes us through the Love, The sacrifices, The loyalty , The Bravery and The deepest feelings of an Army Ranger in Afghanistan , His Girlfriend, his best friend and a "Shadow Soldier" who is the guiding hand in this story. It is very fast paced , action packed and sometimes devastating... yes I cried.. It is such a touching story of what our Soldiers go through and what the people left behind must face. VERY well written I give this Book 5 Beers and a coke... (I changed it a little but read the book and you'll see)

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Heroes: a person who is admired for great or brave acts or fine qualities. Rebecca Boucher seems to have a flair for writing stories about our military heroes and The Shadow Soldier is no exception. Add a little paranormal in the mix and you have one awesome short story. I've never been in the military, never had a brother or sister serve, so I can't feel the angst that comes with having to say goodbye to a loved one and travel overseas to protect our rights or to help others protect theirs. Rebecca is spot on with this story. Dread, grief, and a little bit of happiness prevail in The Shadow Soldier. I seriously wonder how many of our brothers and sisters truly have a Shadow Soldier walking with them? Rebecca makes it seem as though they all do. Well done, Rebecca, well done. Oh, and I learned also that all proceeds of this sale are going to the Wounded Warrior Project.

5.0 out of 5 stars wow, just wow. November 11, 2014
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Okay, I'll admit it. I cried. A lot. The Shadow Soldier is a well written, fast paced story that hits home. I know from experience what it feels like to be afraid your soldier isn't coming home, and this story hits that nail on the head. There are no further words for how I can explain this, or review it, and to me at least that is the best possible review I can give, when a story leaves you speechless and utterly wordless, you know it's good.

Well done Becca, well done.

5.0 out of 5 stars Great read, I loved how easily she wove the ... November 10, 2014
By Jamie
Not the first book offered to us by this author and certainly not the last. Great read, I loved how easily she wove the story together and made me feel the words. How the courage and the tears just flowed off the pages. A wonderful display of ability and deep regard for those who serve.

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