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Emmett & Gentry

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2014

    Book three of series.

    This is book three of the series. I paid $2.99 for this 160 page novel. It was okay and often funny. I wish the overview stated which number in the series each book is. They really need to read in order. I got three and four switched, so I had problems with pieces missing on four and three was rather boring. So far all the books have an open conclusion. I do not think I will purchase #5. These books have sex as one of the main themes, although there are not many details. There is quite a bit of violence. This book seemed to bog down a lot in the story line, being mostly about the shackles, horses and women chasing after Emmett. For some reason, my nook kept freezing up on this series, which although not the author's fault, was very annoying. I did not like a horse giving its all, then getting shot. There is some murder. Book four is better. This was an okay read, but I think I have read enough about Emmett and Gentry and am ready to close the book on them, permently. For ages 18 and up.

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  • Posted December 5, 2011

    Highly recommended. Love John Locke.

    The next chapter in the Emmett and Gentry saga, while a little shorter than the previous two is still mighty entertaining. John Locke has a way of writing that just draws you in, and you care about the characters. In this chapter, picking up where the previous left off, has Emmett looking for Gentry after being in prison. Round and around, but he does find her. Good story. Waiting for more.

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  • Posted October 17, 2011

    LOVE THESE BOOKS!!!!

    We will read anything this guy writes, he's GREAT!!!

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