“My Prince ,I…”
‘Now,’ thought Teodor. Don’t kill him!’
That folk’s is without a doubt the best line and best part of this book page 114 and is when Teodor “finds Himself”
After reading the first two installments of this Sci-Fi action adventure I was a little bit disappointed in the character of Teodor. He just seemed a little too wimpy for a Prince. But in this one it looks like he’s found his self.Then there’s Guy. You know him right “Everyone knows Guy Erma”. A few of the other supporting characters start to play bigger roles also.Let me just say the Goran’s are pretty freaking COOL!
Well things really start to click here when the two get together.Still not totally trusting each other but they have a common enemy and that will always bring two reluctant parties together.
The story continues from book two and the action and suspense increase. The writing and characters are top notch.The heroes are becoming more heroic and the villains , well more villainous.If you did in fact take my advice and read the first two books of the series
Hunter: and Kidnap: you’ll very much appreciate the continuation of the story here. It slowly progresses and you begin to see the stories within the story.
For a so called Young Adult Sci-fi adventure this series will make for some great summer reading for your kids out of school.I’ve only read the first three so far but I have confidence in the author that the next two will be just as good if not better.It’s got it all action ,intrigue,suspense,fighting and I’m thinking there might even be a little romance in the future for one of these boys.A very enjoyable read.
*NOTE TO AUTHOR* EXILE? still don’t get the Title? I can see who might get exiled but did I miss something here?
Exile available at Barnes and Noble Amazon
The author was born in Wallasey, England, in 1964, and moved to the South of France when she was eleven. She spent her teenage years living in the cosmopolitan city state of Monaco and became immersed in its many languages and cultures. An English girl in a French school, for three hours each week she would sit at the back of the class as her colleagues learnt English. To pass the time, she wrote stories. This led to a lifetime of writing novels, scripts, stories and articles.