The Invisible Reich by Kenneth Allan Pazder

I really enjoyed the detail in this book. I loved to read about what we need to fix in taking care of the animals that we use for food and clothing. It did not make me want to be a vegan. I really loved the main characters of AJ, Rafa and Kiara. I would not have done any of the things that KJ, Rafa and Kiara did but I can understand some of why they did it. I received a copy of this book from Smith Publicity for a fair and honest opinion that I gave of my own free will.

I give this a four out of five stars.

 In this fast-paced, thought-provoking story, Pazder takes us on the journey of an ex-special forces soldier, Kenneth Pearce, who discovers a gruesome, but invisible war claiming the lives of thirty million animals daily. After taking matters into his own hands, Pearce become Public Enemy No.1 as he brings to light the legal slaughter of millions of animals in an extra-legal way.


Kenneth Allan Pazder is an action-adventure writer from Vancouver, British Columbia. Apart from writing, Ken is founding partner of Pazder Law Corporation, a leading British Columbia law firm specializing in real estate. He is also the pioneer behind LAWNET BC, British Columbia’s only lawyer-driven, digital network for sharing and referring legal files. He lives in White, Rock, BC with his two Afghan hounds, Rafa and Spirit and two jet-black cats, Tarot and Chi (coincidentally, the silent partners in Tarot & Chi Publishing Inc., the publishers of The Invisible Reich!)

Connect with Kenneth Allan Pazder at KennethPazder.comTwitter, and Facebook.

The Invisible Reich will be available on Amazon, IndieBound, and wherever books are sold.

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