No Pit So Deep

The Cody Musket Story

Christian - Romance - General
288 Pages
Reviewed on 02/07/2016
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Author Biography

Sometimes a story finds the storyteller, not the other way around," goes the famous line. This was the case for James Nathaniel Miller. He didn't consider himself an author, but when the story of Cody Musket came knocking on his door, he stepped up and became a novelist.

Inspired by real events and people, James gathered the stories of courageous returning veterans who struggled to acclimate upon returning to the US. He learned how to write fiction with a focus on truth. Thus the series, No Pit So Deep: The Cody Musket Story was born.

A long-time entrepreneur, blogger, speaker and pilot, James has been a columnist for Communities Digital News, a Washington based company. He lives in Waco, Texas with his wife.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

No Pit So Deep: The Cody Musket Story by James Nathaniel Miller II is an amazing story of faith and strength in the face of dangers and challenges. The story follows Cody Musket. He is not your average 27-year-old. He has seen the worst life has to offer. To the world he has a shiny Medal of Honor and his great athletic performance. They don’t know the secrets that he keeps inside, secrets that haunt his dreams and turn them into nightmares.

Brandi Barnes is not your usual 24-year-old either. She is a courageous woman whose work exposed a child trafficking racket. Now some very strong adversaries are against her and want her life. When they do attack her, Cody saves her. Her avenger saved her, but there are some secrets inside him that are slowly chipping away at him. Can Brandi save him, like he saved her? Or are they going to fall prey to evil before they really had a chance?

This is one of the best written novels I have read this year so far, and let me tell you, I have already read about 20 novels. The story was crisp, on point, tantalizing and very, very entertaining. There is nothing that I would want the author to change. I really love novels that are meticulously prepared for an audience. From the cover, to the placement of the characters, to the plot, to the ending, everything was simply perfect. A really gifted author!

Maria Beltran

No Pit So Deep: The Cody Musket Story, Volume I by James Nathaniel Miller II is a novel inspired by real events. An Afghan war veteran, Cody Musket, was a 27-year-old US Marine 2nd Lieutenant when his plane crashed in the Taliban controlled part of Afghanistan. What follows is a harrowing experience, memories of which will give him nightmares for the rest of his life. Back in the US, he distinguishes himself as a rookie third baseman by leading the American League in home runs in Houston. Then he meets Brandi Barnes, a young writer from Pittsburgh. Brandi has exposed a powerful international organization of child traffickers and her life is in danger. Together they fight their demons, but can they conquer the dark forces that they are up against?

No Pit So Deep is the first installment in two volumes of the Cody Musket Story by James Nathaniel Miller II. Two interesting people meet in a most unusual circumstance and fall in love. As a Medal of Honor decorated war hero and celebrated athlete, Cody seems to have it all. His life, however, is forever haunted by the horrors of the Afghan war. Meeting Brandi is probably one of the best things that happened to him, but she is entangled in a cause that puts her life in danger too. No Pit So Deep brings us to hell on earth and back again and it is an unforgettable experience. It is also a story of love between two passionate personalities who will do anything to protect each other. This is a riveting cliff hanger that makes you eagerly look forward to Volume II of the Cody Musket Story.

Jennifer Hanelius

This is a great book! I highly recommend it. Not only is it a well written story , full of drama and suspense, it also takes on difficult and important topics, all the while maintaining a theme of hope. You won't be disappointed.

Kay Lloyd

What an awesome read. From the very first page you are held spellbound till the end. You hang on to every word and can hardly wait to turn the page for more of the story. The author let's you get to know each character and gives you an understanding of why and how events unfurl in the story. It talks about the challenging events in life and what faith can do to overcome. This author has done his job well. God Bless You James Miller. Keep writing as you are an inspiration.

Amy Foster

From the moment I started reading No Pit So Deep, I was intrigued. I could not put it down. It is an action packed story with a romantic love story beautifully written. A reminder we all have battles but with love and forgiveness we can over come them.