"Code Name Sonny and Mountains of Fire win Honorable Mention at The Paris Book Festival" - K.E. Pottie
Honorable mention for Code Name Sonny and Mountains of Fire!2013 Paris Book Festival
I have read both of Author K.E. Pottie’s books the first Code Name Sonny and this one, Mountains of Fire. I give both books 5 stars. Ken’s story line engages the reader as you turn page after page trying to figure out what is going to happen next and which of the spy’s goes where he or she shouldn’t…. Highly recommend this author. Can’t wait for the final book of this trilogy.Aileen R. Greene
Mountains of Fire twists and turns through a complex and riveting plot rife with period wartime action and stories and subplots of the human faces that grappled with the conflict.Stacy Trevenon for Half Moon Bay Review
Mountains of Fire, 5 Stars, The Spirit of Sonny Prevails For those who fell under the spell of CODE NAME SONNY be alerted to the fact that the second volume in this series, MOUNTAINS OF FIRE, is every bit as good, and if that first book is still in your memory back (which doubtless it is) then this novel has the same sense of watching a special series like HOMELAND or NEWSROOM on television. Author K.E. Pottie knows how to create and build suspense and thrills that makes the decision to put…For Literary Aficionado by Grady Harp
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting, riveting, and suspenseful…a great read. I thoroughly enjoyed Code Name Sonny. I took it on an early morning flight with me and thought I would read a few chapters during my regular naps…but once I started, I just couldn’t put it down until I was finished. The book provides a captivating story that takes the reader back and forth between a young man’s adventures that eventually take him on a secret mission behind war time enemy lines, and present day where his s…Fred Isaak
CODE NAME SONNY is a movie waiting to be made. It is difficult to believe that this is a first book by K.E. ‘Ken’ Pottie because it so successfully captures the reader’s interest from the first page to the last. Few writers have described the French underground resistance is so real a manner. This is a strong book and one that hopefully will become a film.For Literary Aficionado by Grady Harp
Look for the 3rd book in the Code Name Series, The 13th Cohort, summer 2013!
Mountains of Fire Rating: 4.0 Stars “Mountains of Fire” by K E Pottie follows on from the excellent “Code Name Sonny”, the first in this series. The juxtaposition of the two time-periods continues the pattern from the previous book, which helps accentuate both the relationship between the two novels and the characters within them. It is a gritty, exciting novel, with plenty of breathless action that captures the atmosphere and setting of both 1940s France and contemporary America.For Reader's Favorite by Stephanie D
Mountains fo Fire Rating: 4.0 stars In the introduction to this book author K.E. Pottie shares an amusing story about a French couple and red ink. The story brought a smile to my lips; I knew this book would have more than a dark tone. I very much enjoyed this book. The author has handled the time transitions well. I felt as if I too had been transported back to the era of WWII and assisted in the fight for freedom.For Reader's Favorite by Anne B.
Mountains of Fire Rating: 5.0 stars “Mountains of Fire” is both a good story and a remarkable one at that as it tells of the bravery of those in the French Resistance whose lives were threatened almost on a daily basis and who chose to escape. It is also testimonial to those brave souls who reached out and offered assistance to the people, young and old alike, who stood up to the cruelty of the Nazis. This is a series that readers everywhere will love to follow.For Reader's Favorite by Alice D
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