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Avalanche Pass

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  • Posted January 11, 2013

    I won't repeat what has already been explained about the story;

    I won't repeat what has already been explained about the story; I find detailed reviews sometimes give too much away. Just want to say the book was full of suspense and I couldn't put it down. Better than his first book and enjoyed that one as well. I especially liked the final ending.
    Looking forward to his next book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 14, 2012

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    4 stars

    Former Detective, Jesse Parker was injured in a ski accident and while his physical injuries have healed the emotional ones have not. He is afraid to ski on the difficult slopes where he was injured. He decides to head to Utah to a wonderful ski lodge to try to work through his issues without the pressure of all his friends standing by.

    Jesse heads to the slopes one last time before he heads home. Unable to overcome his fears he returns to the lodge to find it has been turned into a war zone, complete with guns on the roof. The guests and staff have been taken hostage by about 20 heavily armed men.

    Meanwhile the FBI determines one of the guests of the lodge is a United States Senator. They also find the ransom amount odd and they start to think there is more to the story than just wanting money. They also learn that they have a man that can help them on the inside, an ex-cop and part-time Sheriff’s Deputy. Jesse had checked out of the hotel before he went skiing so as long as he’s careful he may be able to help free the hostages and stay in contact with the FBI and stop the cold blooded captors in their tracks.

    Dollycas’s Thoughts
    One of the very first things I noticed about this book is that the author was from Australia which accounts for some of the terminology or wording to be a little unusual for a story that takes place in the United States. After I accepted that fact I was able to look beyond that flaw and enjoy the story. It is a really good suspenseful story. It has a hostages playing a part in their rescue, kind of a Flight 93 on 9/11 element that was quite gripping.

    I had not read the first book in this series, Storm Peak: A Jesse Parker Mystery, and had absolutely no problem following the story line so this book could definitely read as a stand alone, although now I would like to read the first one. I want to see how Jesse’s story began.

    This author is better know for his fantasy series for children in grades 4 – 8 but the first book in this adult series was a New York Times Bestseller and this follow up may be too. I give it 4 starfish!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2013

    Good

    Good

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2012

    Is this by the same auther who wrote the rangers and brotherband

    Wait is this by the same auther that wrote the rangers apprentice series? Im geussing it is and if it is you r truly the best auther ever john i would rather have to just keep reading only the books that you wrote rather than reading any book i wanted to. And to everyone reading this you will probably like the rangers apprentice and and brotherband series better than this one. Sorry john but you need to focus on making more rangers apprentice books and also finishing the 3rd brotherband book. I also want to know if anbody knows what john flanagan from the rangers apprentice series email address is so i can keep him posted on ideas of how to continue certain series. Also CRAZY ABOUT RANGERS APPRENTICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!¿€^¿¿¿^|¿¿=¿¿€_<¿?¿¿¿\>><\€¿€\€¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿€¿¿$ MONEY SIGNS!!!!! BLARRRRRRRRGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!#!##!#!2!!!!2¿?¿|¿|?•¿¿•¿€¿¿•¿•¿?€?¿¿•?€•¿?¿¿¿?¿?¿??¿¿?¿?¿?\\\_\¿<¿<¿<=<¿=>{>{]{]>¿¿<^?¿¿?¿?¿?¿•¿•¿|?`?`?¿¿¿¿`??|?|¿|||||¿|¿¿¿¿•¿•¿•¿?¿?¿¿?¿¿?¿\?\^\\\¿\_^^¿<¿>¿_=¿¿_¿¿?¿•¿|||••¿¿•?¿¿\¿¿¿•¿¿^?¿•¿•¿¿¿`¿`¿¿|¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿€€¿^^__^¿¿€€¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿€€¿^¿€¿¿`|?^¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿•¿•¿|¿|¿€€•¿|?¿€€?€•¿?\•€?€¿€?¿•?•¿?¿•€?¿€¿|¿~¿|¿€¿?^¿<?¿|¿¿•^¿¿¿?¿|GRXYUXYHYF:5:5'&'5'5'5!2$%%&&&€^¿¿¿¿¿¿¿\^^\¿??`?€\¿¿¿€^?¿\€??|¿_€¿¿€¿^€<¿¿•¿••\^•¿¿€_€^€€€^€€€¿?_?¿•¿€^€^€\¿¿¿¿¿^€ €^€^¿_€<¿<¿^¿\€^¿_¿_¿

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2012

    I AM AN OUTRAGEOUSLY FAT MONKEY, GILAN!

    Come and get meh! Boo yah!!!!!! Arf arf! Meow! Roarrrrrr! Bak bak! Turtles r FUNNY AND SO IS I. In your faces!!!

    0 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2012

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