THEMINEFIELDS book review & book tour
THEMINEFIELDS by Steven C. Eisner
From an early age, Sam Spiegel single-mindedly pursued an entrepreneurial path that prepared him to transform his father’s small-time ad agency into a regional powerhouse with national ambitions. A couple decades later, Sam had achieved almost everything he ever dreamed possible, and then it all changed. Unsatisfied with his marriage and embroiled in a mind-boggling professional crisis, everything Sam has achieved is put at risk. Sam must find his way through the minefields around him-and survive.
I’d like to start off by saying I wouldn’t normally read a book like this one so I tried to have an open mind. I found The Minefields is an easy read. It started off great and then got slower throughout until the last 10-15 chapters. I found the author didn’t add much detail to his characters but their personalities came out through the writing. Without realizing it, I became attached to Sam and cheered him on throughout the story. Although the writing was done well, the story line was a little slow.
I’ve been thinking on whom I would recommend this story too and I picture a business man traveling with this book in hand. This book has just enough drama to keep someone interested, but I wouldn’t recommend this book to anyone who loves thrillers, romance novels, or a fast-paced, intriguing story line.
He said with great empathy, “I’d give him one right now. There may be a few radical procedures left to preserve his life for another week or two. If you’re asking me, I’d apply a heavier dose an hour after the first.”
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* Disclaimer / Disclosure: I received a free sample to facilitate my review. This post reflects my honest, personal opinion and experience with the product which may differ from yours. Product information courtesy of the sponsor. No monetary compensation was provided for this post.