"In Day of the Dead, Gordon has written a frighteningly realistic thriller, a page-turner which paints a compelling portrait of Mid-East combat and espionage, in the age of ISIS and Hamas."
Steven Pressfield, Best-Selling Author of Gates of Fire and The Lion’s Gate
"Dan Gordon has crafted a tale about the vicious world of radical Islamists, criminal gangs, and their victims. His incredible 40 years of service in the Israel Defense Force, knowledge of the US and the Middle East, and ability to spell-bind enables readers to feel the pulse of terror and see into the dark minds of evil incarnate. Day of the Dead: Book One - Gaza is a gripping story as real as today's and tomorrow's shocking headlines."
General Robert Magnus, USMC (Ret)
"Dan Gordon is not only an accomplished filmmaker and a friend of Liberty University, but as a Captain in the Israel Defense Force Reserves who spent significant time on the front lines of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, he is uniquely positioned to write this story like no one else could."
President Jerry Falwell, Liberty University
"Captain (Res.) Dan Gordon, of the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit, visited Israel during the recent military operation ‘Protective Edge’. We were then facing a constant barrage of attacks from some 5,000 missiles and rockets that were fired from the Gaza Strip toward heavily populated civilian areas under Israeli sovereignty. Dan took the time to visit at Aleh Negev-Nahalat Eran – the Rehabilitation Village in the south of Israel that I founded on behalf of my beloved son Eran and people like him – those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It was there, in the line of fire, that we were privileged to get to know Dan as someone who deeply loves this country – especially the disabled children here – the most vulnerable members of our society. Dan is more than a superb screenwriter; first and foremost, he is a man whose worldview encompasses patriotic, moral and humanistic values, a man who wields his pen critically to document reality with a judicious eye."
Major General Doron Almog, IDF (Res.)