Monday, March 23, 2015

You Don't Know Shiz About Warfare in the Book of Mormon

This is a short round up of reviews for my first book, Bleached Bones and Wicked Serpents: Ancient Warfare in the Book of Mormon. The title of this post is borrowed from the first review by award winning author David West. He gives a brief overview of the book and even says I'm a Nibley understudy.

The second is by Micheal Collins. Collin's adds that the book "ultimately [ties] the Book of Mormon account into modern concerns for and experiences with political terrorism in ways that are insightful and enlightening."

National Security Affairs officer David Spencer offers the third review. He summarizes the chapters and says that the book is "work is well-written and thought provoking, required reading for those interested in warfare in the Book of Mormon as warfare, rather than just spiritual analogy."  This was not a quid pro quo, we are simply colleagues in the same very small field, but you should be seeing my endorsement on his new book shortly, Captain Moroni's Command: Dynamics of Warfare in the Book of Mormon.

If you haven't got a chance yet this is a great time to pick up a copy and see what everybody is excited about!  If you are short on money but really want one feel free to send me a message! If you have a blog or another platform for review you may also contact me for a copy. Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy my book!