THE GARBAGE SIFTER
ACTIVATING ROSARIO 5
INTRO FROM AMAZON;
- File Size: 1489 KB
- Print Length: 257 pages
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OGUX0HU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
The first book I read from Mr. Jones was RUSTED RAILS. Very different from THE GARBAGE SIFTER.
He has written three different stories that are about the battle of the US and Argentinian governments against two Mexican drug cartels.
Camilia is THE GARBAGE SIFTER. Wild Feret is a program that the US plans to put into action. Camilia finds the very sensitive document which had been shredded, but not good enough. A computer worm is in the program that is to be put in the Argentinian government computers. The purpose is to learn about the Mexican cartels. Camilia thinks and decides to make a little money but doesn't realize her life is about to be in danger. She plans to sell the document to Argentina.
Then we have Rosario 5 which is a drug of sex. This is going to be Argentinians goal to stop a presidential candidate and his campaign. Next the story is about an attempt to locate and stop Rosario 5. Rosario 5 is destroying America's youth.
At the beginning of each story, the author gives a list of characters which helps the reader keep the story and it's cast straight. My attention was constant through each story.Sometimes I felt for Camilia and her struggles, which some she put herself into. The reader also has the agents, Rodriguez and Aguilar to consider. Good book which is interesting and somewhat informative about drugs and cartels.
It also brings to light what can happen if you go where you shouldn't.
I was given a complimentary copy of THE GARBAGE SIFTER from the author Barry Jones for my view of the book.
I would give this book 5 STARS.
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Barry Jones is a retired scientist who has turned his focus toward storytelling. He belongs to the Exploratory group in Hendersonville, Tennessee, and has told his stories at numerous public venues, including the Tennessee State Museum, Historic Rock Castle, Middle Tennessee libraries, and at Hope Lodge, a Nashville hostel for cancer patients and their families. The Garbage Sifter is his fourth book.
Among Jones’s credentials are his being named Industrial Scientist of the Year for 1998 by the Tennessee Academy of Science, a United States Soccer Federation “A” license, and a 2003 induction into the Tennessee State Soccer Hall of Fame for his professional coaching efforts at the adult and youth levels.
Jones is married with two grown sons and lives with his wife in Hendersonville. They are avid travelers and enjoy photographing wildlife.