Chris Moses would get the material for his bestseller, but he despised the day he was introduced to the project. If he never met another DOD ghost, it would be too soon.
If you didn't care for Hunter S. Thompson, Bill Hicks, Edward Abbey or Henry C. Bukowski, you'd hate Bob Miller. Guaranteed! It was like climbing on the back of an angry bull. It was rough, tough, combative and sardonic." Reviewed by Nancy Schatteman- Amazon.com - Alacrán, The Honey BadgerClick Here
The story is capturing and engaging; and that is saying something since the Honey Badger is a character that isn’t exactly all honey. Alacrán is harsh, sees a wound and put salt on it and then presses it with his nail to make it worse. He knows where and how to hit. Maybe that’s why we meet him during an interview, alongside the interviewer and therefore can let him take the first verbal punches, until we get used to him.”Reviewed by MartienWildeman - Amazon.com - Alacrán, The Honey BadgerClick Here
Alacrán, The Honey Badger blends adventure, history, and social commentary in a seductive and smooth tale. Moses is discomforted by his interviewee who is acerbic and keenly perceptive, and we learn much about each of them in their edgy and slightly combative sessions. Alacrán has many layers. He masterfully, with the precision and unerring aim of the sharpshooter, takes control of the dialogue and tells his story in his own way, with mingled bits and pieces from different times and lives -- and what a tale it is!” Reviewed by Jack Magnus - Amazon.com - Alacrán, The Honey BadgerClick Here
It’s a rollercoaster of events, it’s fast paced, yet easy and entertaining to read and follow, engaging and one of those books you don’t want to put down. Even if one doesn’t end up liking the character, this hero or anti-hero, depending on the reader’s point of view, the storyline is too good for anyone to put the book down. Anyone with a political awareness and a need for justification for events that have been described differently depending on the media of each country and their benefits each time, will find some satisfaction with this outspoken and honest writing.” Reviewed by AlikiDarzenta - Amazon.com - Alacrán, The Honey BadgerClick Here
Alacrán, The Honey Badger by Bob Miller is set during the Vietnam war. The story of the Alacrán, known as Resident 27 in the book, draws parallels with the story of the author who was a veteran pilot. Alacrán or the Honey Badger as he is known, is 73 years old now and living in a government facility. The story unfolds in a series of interviews between journalist Chris Moses and the septuagenarian, Resident 27. The interviews throw light on the life of the veteran. There is a chain of incidents and events which the interviewer shares with readers. The book also speaks about American politics. "The book is an engaging read with a lot of fast paced exciting events. The plot is interesting and educates the reader about American politics.” Reviewed by MamtaMadhavan - Amazon.com - Alacrán, The Honey BadgerClick Here
"Could you use a laugh?" We have one for you. Our Neighbor Bob is a cartoon series about an old curmudgeon and his neighbors. Bob scores 90 on the Simon-Binet Scale while Napoleon, a 16 year old member of the March Rich family, has a score of 119. So the battle of wits was over before it commenced. Everyone but Bob knows this. This is a smorgasbord of humor about planet Earth and inhabits. It’s ironic that the real Bob Miller is very much like the Bob in our cartoon series. He is indeed a Vietnam War veteran, a biker, a curmudgeon, and some even claim he’s a misanthrope. But apathetic he is not and he’ll not go quietly into the night.Click Here