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Readers’ Favorite announces the review of the Fiction – Thriller – Environmental book “Incident 395” by John Riha

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Readers' Favorite announces the review of the Fiction - Thriller - Environmental book "Incident 395" by John Riha

Readers' Favorite announces the review of the Fiction - Thriller - Environmental book "Incident 395" by John Riha, currently available at

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"Reviewed By Shrabastee Chakraborty for Readers' Favorite

A dry spell for months on end, dangerously low humidity levels, and a gradual build-up of flammable duff – it was the perfect recipe for a disaster. A severe thunderstorm appeared, and the countless ground strikes provided the final nail in the coffin. A wildfire reared its blazing head in Southern Oregon. Although different forces joined hands, they could not tame the unpredictable flames of what they dubbed the Tincup fire. Moreover, a twelve-year-old blind girl was stranded in the wilderness with her father. Could they rescue the duo through the roaring flames? Find out in Incident 395, a novel by John Riha.

Like a smoldering fire that goes unnoticed for days before turning into a fully-fledged wildfire, the novel slowly gathered steam before going full throttle. The initial pages were full of foreboding, making us wait with bated breath for some terrible future. Once the storyline started to unravel in earnest, the situation escalated in the blink of an eye. The background Riha incorporated provided insight into the science of wildfires. It enriched my knowledge and served as an omen of the impending disaster. The feeling of doom intensified with every page, making me realize that despite cutting-edge technologies, men were mere playthings in front of nature. Fighting the fiercest, most destructive force of nature was like fighting a many-headed demon, one that could obliterate everything in its path. Yet, the coordinated efforts from every organization did wonders. The brave rappellers and firefighters demanded my respect. At the same time, I rooted for little Kal. Her helplessness and futile efforts to locate her father kept haunting me. I admired her grit, indomitable spirit, and awe-inspiring sense of self-sufficiency. I recommend Incident 395 to anyone who loves ecological thrillers and survival stories."

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