Another excellent book! Don't think it is just for teens because it's about a teen. Adults will find it quite interesting too. I love the way the author keeps you guessing right to the end. I hope there is a sequel to this.
This trilogy is an excellent read. I enjoyed every page.
on Feb. 26, 2011
I don't normally read fantasy so when I began reading the free copy of Book 1 'Call of The Herald' I didn't know if I'd enjoy it. Well,after only reading 50 pages I knew that I wanted to read the whole series. I'm intrigued with the story line and the characters. You can SEE the different lands and people and you want to know what happens to them. I look forward to finishing Book 1 and then reading Book 2 & 3. A great series.
I've enjoyed this 5th book in the series as much as the others. The tension caused by the attraction between the main characters is well written. All the characters and plots are very intriguing. I am hoping there will be a sixth book in the series.
A very interesting book on a crime that ocurred in a small town in England. The town histories are well thought out and presented. The details about each character in the story made them very believeable. My one negative comment would be that the author should have proof-read his book more closely. There were spelling and grammatical errors.
A very intriguing plot. I thought I had the culprit/s figured out several times and yet the ending still surprised me. The characters were well thought out and portrayed and I liked the ghost aspects too.
A good read. I, being female, could of done without some of the 'guy' stuff, but I enjoyed how Crawford the main character reasoned his way to solving the crimes. His 'little grey cells' were being used even when the reader might think he was just floundering around.
I enjoyed this book very much. The characters are well thought out and are quirky in their own ways. The settings are described in a such a way that you can picture them. I'm sure the next book will be just as enjoyable.