Commentary On Bracken’s “Red Cliffs”

Part I

Part II


10 responses to “Commentary On Bracken’s “Red Cliffs”

  1. Pete, trying to order a couple copies of the movie, can’t get to ” check out” out are we just sending checks to TL?


  2. TheyCallMeRockStar22

    Is anyone else’s hair on their neck standing up?

    Baltimore, Ireland had Muslim Problems.

    And now the Black and White Trash are converting to Islam in Baltimore’s Prison System.

    Thank God I bought that Smith and Wesson 7 inch .357 Magnum and 800 rounds of Soft Points.

    This is gonna be a bumpy ride.

  3. Got both Lies of Omission and Red Cliffs in the last three days…

    Wading into both, with relish.

    Will spread far and wide, with empasis.

  4. Scott Thorsen

    Just finished it. The second half is better than the first half! Outstanding. Some say the devil is in the details but I say the glory is in the details. Great job. This isn’t a superficial story one of details. In comparison, this is far better than the Lee Child series and better than the James Wesley Rawles Patriots series.

    Dam Kilmer needs to be on the big screen.

  5. Scott Thorsen

    Nice job telling the stories of multiple characters at the same time. Nice job drawing on historical characters I to a fictional story. Nice job developing different “voices” for each character. As a fictional book, it’s his best work. While the Enemies series is more prophetic, this is a better literature. It is very good writing.

  6. I didn’t see a review of the Book at GOV.