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Sunday, May 17, 2015

PANEL 35 - BY BECCA BOUCHER - A GREAT MEMORIAL DAY READ!

http://www.amazon.com/Panel-35-Becca-Boucher-ebook/dp/B00KGODO0S/ref=sr_1_4_twi_1_kin?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1431881810&sr=1-4&keywords=visionary+press+collaborative

Panel 35, by Becca Boucher, is the perfect book to read for Memorial Day. While specifically poignant for Vietnam Veterans and their loved ones, I feel it will touch all Veterans' hearts. At only .99, it is a steal. Read the reviews below and the free sample section on Amazon and you will see what I mean. I'm a Vietnam Veteran, and I love this story!

Blaze McRob


Book Description

May 20, 2014
Every year, Rachel meets with her father at the Vietnam War Memorial. Panel 35. They only spend one hour with each other and she doesn't see him again until they meet the next year. This year he is late and she worries he may not show. Blake, a young soldier paying his respects notices Rachel and stops to speak with her. While she waits, they talk and then something happens that Blake never expected and he realizes that his being there is part of a bigger plan.
 
 
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect Read For Memorial Day! May 26, 2014
By Pixie
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Panel 35 by Becca Boucher, "Every year, Rachel meets with her father at the Vietnam War Memorial. Panel 35. They only spend one hour with each other and she doesn't see him again until they meet the next year. This year he is late and she worries he may not show. Blake, a young soldier paying his respects notices Rachel and stops to speak with her. While she waits, they talk and then something happens that Blake never expected and he realizes that his being there is part of a bigger plan."
This short Story is 17 pages and PERFECT Read for Memorial Day! It did have me in tears. Becca Boucher is able to convey the TRUE meaning of This Day with her Story of Rachel, her Father, Wayne who served in Vietnam and Blake a soldier who just buried a friend a fellow solder, Bob. It all takes place at the Vietnam War Memorial which I have been Blessed enough to visit and find the name of a Friend who died in that war. I Highly recommend this Story ..I give it 5 American Stars.. VERY well done Ms Boucher!!
 
on May 25, 2014
This book touched my heart. Rachel had date with her father each year at the Vietnam War Memorial and this particular year he's late, but she meets Blake, a soldier who is close to ending his time in the service while waiting for him. Sounds like another romance story right? Wrong! Mix a little paranormal in and you have a short story with a little twist. While reading this book, I thought about all the men (and women) who have gone overseas, who have seen things no human being should see, and then come back home to try to put the pieces of the lives together before serving their country. Rachel's father had one more task he had to complete and Blake was the person to help him complete that task. This book is free on Memorial Day. Do yourself a favor and pick it up. You won't regret it.
 
on July 8, 2014
This short story was a perfect read over this 4th of July weekend, while waiting for the fireworks to begin. Becca Boucher crafts a short and sweet tale that takes the reader to the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C. where Rachel is waiting for her yearly meeting with her father. He is late and Rachel is worried enough to attract the attention of Blake, who is there to show respect while he is on leave. Blake soon realizes that there are things that need to be seen to be believed and that these things are strong enough to bring two strangers together on a night when they need each other.

Becca Boucher crafts a smooth and engaging story filled with suspense, sadness, fear, and love. A great read for anyone who enjoys an author that knows how to use her words to not only haunt you, but to touch your heart. I would definitely recommend this author and will look for more from her.
 
4.0 out of 5 stars A good short read May 26, 2014
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I enjoyed reading this tale. I think the author did a fine job balancing between narrative and conversation, and it follows a good arc without bogging down. I confess that as a veteran, myself, I have a soft spot in my heart for tales of this nature, but I'd be glad to read more of this author's work.

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