“The traveller and narrator in this book is Jason but, unlike
the Greek character who sought the Golden Fleece, he would normally steer clear of trouble.
embroiled in a battle of wits as to how to defeat the fascist Zinnian regime whilst, as a pacifist, to persuade the oppressed
to use non-violent direct action to do so.
'The Buzzards of Zinn' is no flight of fancy, if you
will pardon the pun, it is a gripping tale of events that reflect mankind's often brutal and misguided thinking. There
are no dragons and ogres - the monsters are all human.
This is George Miller's first novel and one
that I would thoroughly recommend as an exciting adventure story and a compelling good read.” (Amazon)
“George Miller’s book is a very good yarn and a
half. The writer has been very ambitious in his first novel and, by Jove, he has pulled it off. Epic stuff, reminding you
of Tolkein and John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress. You feel the writer has put his heart and soul into the big theme
of war and peace and how the world can and can’t survive. It is serious stuff but handled in a very clear style of writing
that carries you along, and is as filmic as a Harry Potter film.” (Mavis Nicholson)