Dead End

Dead End

by K. E. Rodgers
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Overview

Dead End by K. E. Rodgers

Continuation of Grave Danger. Dead End begins aprox. one year later as Jackson is trying to adjust to his new existence. An unexpected confrontation with a unique woman on the Bridge of Lions begins a story that can only have one end. A Dead End.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940032810582
Publisher: K.E. Rodgers
Publication date: 10/08/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 451,259
File size: 553 KB

About the Author

K.E. Rodgers is a Florida native. To escape from real life obligations she loves to create unusual stories set in her beloved state. Most of her ideas come to her while in the car with the music turned up very loud. Writing is a new and enjoyable outlet that she hopes to continue for a very long time. Ms. Rodgers likes to hear from her fans. If you live in Florida or are planning a visit to St. Augustine you might see her. She'll be the one in dark sunglasses...like everyone else.

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Dead End 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really really enjoyed grave danger and was excited to read this book. But the ending was really confusing to me! I understand writers need to leave ya hanging so you come back for more, but really didn't like the last chapter or two of this book. And now I cannot find the next one.....no name to even give me an idea of where to start. Just left me frustrated!!
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BlackB More than 1 year ago
Once again Rodgers delivers great characters. But once again I am disappointed in the ending, all character build up and a very small climax of events leaving me hoping the next book in the series will deliver a larger climax and build up. The story goes on very well and then it's over in 30 pages that could build up to a much longer ending but somehow falls short.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this entire series. The books could have edited better as there are a lot of errors both in spelling, word usage and grammar. Once you overlook the errors, the book is a fun story that doesn't take much thought to get through.