Nicholas J. Delillo

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (6 of 6)
Location: White Plains, NY United States
Birthday: Dec 16


Top Reviewer Ranking: 426,461 - Total Helpful Votes: 6 of 6
Inside Delta Force: The Story of America's Elite C&hellip by Eric Haney;
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I was fortunate to meet Mr. Haney when he was promoting this book at a radio show I previously worked at (The Radio Chick). All I can say is that you can "just tell" Mr. Haney is exactly everything he claims to be.
The first thing I noticed about Mr. Haney when I met him was his impeccable posture. Absolutely ramrod straight yet relaxed, the man has a certain poise similar to martial arts experts. The second impression I had was his manners. Born and bred in the South, this man had an ideal combination of the Southern and the Military Gentleman.
As Mr. Haney was interviewed on the air about several topics ranging from September 11th, Bin Laden, Military Training, and his… Read more
The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy &hellip ~ Howard Shore
What can I say? If there is one, the soundtracks for all 3 movies should be there. My least favorite, the Fellowship soundtrack, is merely excellent, the Two Towers has an underlying feel of growing tension faced with nobility and spirit. And the Return of the King soundtrack is simply brilliant: Epic, uplifting, spiritual.
What is truly important for a soundtrack score is not just enriching a movie, but helping a movie form an identity. Think about it: Where would Star Wars or The Indiana Jones movies be without the genius of John Williams and his scores? Well, howard shore does an equal job of forming an identity and character for all 3 movies with 3 very different, but all… Read more
Crossroads of Twilight: Book Ten of 'The Wheel of &hellip by Robert Jordan
I was fortunate enough to meet Robert Jordan at a book signing for in New York. Someone in front of me in line asked the question on everyone's mind: How many more books until the story is completed? Robert responded by saying he doesn't know himself, but expected there to be about 3 more volumes before the story is completed.
Since the signing was for Winter's Heart (book 9), and Crossroads is book 10, that means RJ will have to wrap up all the loose ends in 2 volumes. Unfortunately, I just don't see that happening, and this book helped little to persuade me otherwise.
Crossroads of Twilight is aptly named. Most of the characters here are indeed at a crossroads, where they… Read more