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  • Kayla West "aspiring author/book critic/books... - Brilliantly Enchanting ReadBeing a fellow writer/reader, I have always wondered what if the characters in a book/movie/video game really had their own thoughts and actions outside of their own story. What if they had dreams, passions, and hopes of their own? That is the exact question the authors (or authoresses, I like to say) pose in Between the Lines.

    Oliver is a prince, but not in the courageous fighter of all evils kind of way. He is a bit timid, but still seems to have a heart of gold. When a strange man calls on his help to save his daughter, the prince reluctantly agrees. This comes after much thought and deliberation, of course. And so, like all heroes at some point in their stories, Oliver goes on a quest to save the day...with a tiny bit of regret at having agreed to it.

    You would think this would be the end of the story, but it isn't. When this fairy tale story is closed to readers, the character of Oliver is a completely different person entirely. He wonders what is truly out there...what is truly outside of his own book. He sees Readers and hears what goes on in their lives, but he longs to experience that world for himself. Longs to see, touch, feel, hear something different. Something unexpected and new.

    Suddenly, Oliver gets his wish. After so many years of calling out to Readers and never being heard, a girl named Delilah finally notices him. They are enamored (and in Delilah's case, a bit freaked out) with each other. With the fact that they can interact with each other.

    Delilah and Oliver soon become very close, and put their heads together to figure out a way to get Oliver out of his story and into Delilah's own world. But there are so many obstacles in their way. Can they do it?

    This book follows three different points of view. Well, two actually. Oliver's and Delilah's. The third installment is the story that Oliver was written into. I love that. I love that we readers get to hear the story which started the whole thing.

    All in all, I found this a stunning read, very beautiful and enchanting. However, I do take into account that not all people may like this book. So...a little advice...before you judge this book by its cover or description, open it up and read a little. Who knows, you may love this more than you think.

    I recommend this to all people out there who love imaginative stories. Stories that open your heart and beckon to you.
  • ~TrademarkP~ "TradeMarkPlayers..96' til" - No regrets!First off, I got the Prime because I wanted a tablet and didn't want an iPad. So I did some research and it looked like the prime was the proverbial "next best thing." Once it arrived I was impressed right out of the box. I have had it for a few weeks now, and I can say I regret nothing. The TF300 came out right after I ordered it for a hundy less, and looks like, if you are willing to make sacrifices in the storage and display dept., a pretty good deal. But back to the TransPrime. The display is remarkable. The form factor is comfortable and gorgeous, even though there are a few changes I'd make (power button placement being #1). The sound is some of the best I've heard on a portable device, crisp and clear. The tab comes with ASUS WebStorage (8GB free) and being an Android device you also have access to the Google Drive Cloud (another free 8 GB). So if you have a WiFi signal you'll be money in the drive department. Speaking of, a lot of people gripe about the metal back and connectivity issues. I've had none, so far but ASUS will throw in a GPS dongle pro bono. In the case I bought for it, it's about the size of a Harry Potter Hardcover and half the depth, so if you can carry a book with you you can carry the tablet. I would recommend it (or the TF300) to any tablet shoppers.
  • S. KHAN - Unique storyThis is a world where humans are split into three types: changelings, psy and humans. Psy are a people who are psychic, but have no emotion. Changelings are people who can change into animals. This is a love story between a psy who has emotions, but cannot show them and a changeling. Powerful story.
  • Robert David STEELE Vivas - An amazingly deep yet concise review of Haqqani balancing act -- local, regional, globalThis book is in our J-2 library in Afghanistan and while I have not discussed it with others, believe it is well-regarded. For me it accomplishes something I have not seen elsewhere: it explains the Haqqani, the second most violent and largest group after the Taliban, and it does so concisely.

    What I particularly appreciate about this book is the coherent manner in which it examines the value propositions that have positioned Haqqani today at the local, regional, and global levels.

    The author's credit Haqqani's emergence in the early days to two value propositions: first, the offering of safehaven in Waziristan; and second, the ability to deliver violence on order for the Pakistani military and ISI.

    The authors conclude that Haqqani displaced Hezb-i-Islami HIA/HIG) because the Haqqani have had and still have a superior savvy of tribal politics which in turn led to their earning a larger share of the CIA money passed through the ISA by CIA. Above all the authors credit the Haqqani with being able to manage a nuanced balancing act across borders and interests.

    Here is the meat, summary notes for those without the time to absorb this excellent book directly:

    LOCAL Value Propositions

    Centers of religious instruction
    Centers for military training
    Hub for Taliban cohesiveness and extension of the brand
    Trusted supporting partner for Taliban effect and reach
    Skilled manager of local relationships to assure logistics reliability
    Trusted mediator

    REGIONAL Value Propositions

    Spolier and kinetic signaling tool
    Diplomatic "office" to shape militancy and influence local commanders
    Platform to shape Afghan political landscape

    GLOBAL Value Propositions

    Operational access and local partnering
    Enabling media and promotion of Al Qaeda relevance to Afghan jihad
    Information Operations master of the art:
    -- borrowed footage
    -- cross promotions
    -- guest appearances
    -- Martyrdom biographics
    -- Connecitons to jihadist media personalities
    Brotherhood and safehaven services, come as you are

    The book concludes with a nuanced view that I found absorbing. The book offers a model for evaluating personal, financial, ideological/religous, and circumstances cause and effect among non-state groups.

    The authors end with the observation that as Haqqani videos in Urdu begin to proliferate, this is a clue, and the question, what will it take to break the cycle? On this point I would refer to the other book I was able to skim through today (time in Afghanistan is counted in minutes, not hours, for personal browsing), God's Terrorists: The Wahhabi Cult and the Hidden Roots of Modern Jihad.

    I regret I could not give this book the time it merits, but in posting this quick review with my own notes for my own memory, I hope I am encouraging others to give it a good look. We simply do not do intelligence at the individual and sub-state level, still today, in part because we have a legacy system that was built to obsess on static state hard-targets. As I wrote years ago, we have a super highway between DC and Moscow, and several cadillacs that are fine for that highway, but worthless off the road. We need to melt them down and reconstitute a US intelligence community of thousands of jeeps, motorcycles, and bicyles, with a new multinational sharing mind-set. That's how I plan to spend my next 20 years. Learn more at Phi Beta Iota the Public Intelligence Blog.

    Semper Fidelis,
    Robert David STEELE Vivas
    THE NEW CRAFT OF INTELLIGENCE: Personal, Public, & Political
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