The Seventh Island

Rated 4.40/5 based on 6 reviews
Life on a Caribbean island was perfect for american Brad Stone and British Mac McLeish. One day Stone answered a call from a beautiful woman. Daily terror, death threats and a voodoo curse followed. Could he stop the evil that controlled his life? . Stalking, Murder,kidnap,Stone's girlfriend was kidnapped, a race against time, Stone was given 3 clues & 4 hours, to find The Seventh Island. More

Available formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

Words: 113,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465729859
About Gregory Stenson

After working around the world and writing short stories for many years, I have decided to write full time and put my recent experiences from living in the Caribbean for 4 years in a novel. I had quite an eventful time there and have enough material for two books. The Seventh Island is my first novel and I am currently writing the concluding sequel - Dead Man's Justice - which will be available by March 2012. My third novel, The List is plotted and I will start writing in April 2012, it is anticipated to be published by August 2012.
GS

Videos

THE SEVENTH ISLAND
THE SEVENTH ISLAND is the first novel in the Stone & McLeish thrillers series of stories.

Also by This Author

Reviews

Review by: Stephen Roberts on March 14, 2012 :
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, as a first novel it shows a great deal of promise and I am looking forward to the sequel when it comes out in a week or two.

It's a perfect book for reading around the pool, while on holiday; though I'm not sure I'd like to be in Trinidad at the time.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Mary Crocco on Jan. 17, 2012 :
If you liked the movie, Fatal Attraction, you will thoroughly enjoy reading The Seventh Island. The main characters, “Unknown Caller,” and Brad Stone, will remind you of Glenn Close and Michael Douglas.

The story is full of suspense keeping the reader on pins and needles sharing the tension of the situations. The characters range from white and blue-collar men, thugs from the city, the occult, and of course, beautiful women.

The Seventh Island is in the Caribbean. This setting provides the reader with a beautiful visual for a part of the story where we find ourselves shouting out loud from our own personal book nook.

The ending may or may not seem predictable; nevertheless, I feel it is suited for the author’s purpose, a sequel.

I’m hoping Gregory Stenson is indeed working on a sequel to The Seventh Island. Readers who enjoy this novel will be on pins and needles waiting to read it!

Book Review by Mary Crocco

Mrcrocco.wordpress.com
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Mary Crocco on Jan. 17, 2012 :
If you liked the movie, Fatal Attraction, you will thoroughly enjoy reading The Seventh Island. The main characters, “Unknown Caller,” and Brad Stone, will remind you of Glenn Close and Michael Douglas.

The story is full of suspense keeping the reader on pins and needles sharing the tension of the situations. The characters range from white and blue-collar men, thugs from the city, the occult, and of course, beautiful women.

The Seventh Island is in the Caribbean. This setting provides the reader with a beautiful visual for a part of the story where we find ourselves shouting out loud from our own personal book nook.

The ending may or may not seem predictable; nevertheless, I feel it is suited for the author’s purpose, a sequel.

I’m hoping Gregory Stenson is indeed working on a sequel to The Seventh Island. Readers who enjoy this novel will be on pins and needles waiting to read it!

Book Review by Mary Crocco

Mrcrocco.wordpress.com
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: SRalphW on Dec. 11, 2011 : (no rating)
I actually could not put this book down ... It's beautifully written , with a great storyline - suspense that keeps you going until the end.
Definitely a recommended good read !
And a debut novel too !Well done!. I'm truly looking forward to your next book !!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: McDroll on Dec. 09, 2011 :
I just loved this book. It has a really great story with lots of twists and turns but mostly I loved it because of the setting. It made such a great change to be taken to the Caribbean and to get a glimpse of life on the islands that perhaps tourists don't always get to see.

Hope there's more like this to come!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jan Evans on Nov. 12, 2011 :
I recently read this book and thoroughly enjoyed and recommend it to people who like their fiction knowing that the main story was actually based on fact. The author's first novel I believe with more planned and I shall be on the lookout for the future ones.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Report this book