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Posted April 3, 2011
Plenty of action and a storyline that keeps you turning the pages
The first thing I look for with any book I read is the formatting. A lot of books aren't formatted properly, but this one is, and it was refreshing and easy on the eyes.
The story begins with a hook that draws the reader in - "It was the dog's fault Dante was about to die." As a reader I am immediately wondering:
1. Who's the dog and what does he have to do with it?
2. Who's Dante, and why is he about to die?
Moving on from there, I enjoyed that the book was filled with plenty of action. The writer's words are sharp and crisp and easy to follow, and the book has some wonderful lines. Among my favorites: "He'd close the memories like a book, an irrelevant story from a place that no longer existed. There was no room for looking back on what couldn't be undone."
I enjoyed the story and recommend it.
Cheryl Bradshaw, Author of Black Diamond Death
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Posted April 27, 2013
This author is truly a magnificent writer. This is the second series that I've read from Edward W Robertson and he does not disappoint. The way he blends humor and suspense is enthralling. If you like intrigue and epic adventures, this is the series for you. You will not be able to put it down and when you finish, you'll be clamoring for more.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.