Book: Through the Triangle
Author: C.P. Stewart
Pages: 384 (Softcover)
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Genre: Adult Fiction | Science Fiction | Suspense
Available formats: Paperback, Kindle
My summary: What was suppose to be a short deep sea fishing trip on a private charter quickly becomes a nightmare when a boat is transported through the Bermuda Triangle. Now not only do they find themselves nearly three hundred years in to the future but they also have to face a semi human species that can see in the dark.
My say: On the off chance (while channel surfing) that I accidentally stumble upon C.S.I. it is utterly imperative I change the channel before I watch the opening murder sequence. Once the murder has taken place I am completely in. That was exactly what happened to me with Through the Triangle.
The first chapter began rather slowly but after the opening murder sequence - I was hooked. The danger, tension, and story continued to build and build from that point on. I never knew who was going to live or die.
Through the Triangle is different, smart, and kept me on the edge of my seat. I was guessing and hoping all the way to end and was left with a definite sense of satisfaction after reading the end and epilogue.
My rating: 5 out of 5 stars
My recommendation: LOST fans will love this. BUY this book, gobble it up, and then pass it on to your husband.
My cover thoughts: A very simple cover that totally works. I really liked that even the font conveys hazard.
My favorite parts:
1. Reading a book from a male perspective.
2. Reading about the supposed possible future of my home state Florida.
3. That Jake never loses his faith.
My favorite character: Juan (the young Latino) is a regular ninja! Given similar circumstances I would make this guy my best friend.
My Meter Readings:
Kiddie-o-meter: This one contains plenty of violence so it is best reserved for older teens and adults.
Adult-o-meter: Adults will relish in watching this group of travelers learn to survive and make sense of their surroundings.
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My shout-out: I can not forget to thank Ellz Readz for bringing this riveting read to my attention.
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My final say: I honestly wanted to growl at people who interrupted me while I was reading this book.
Thank you Mr. Stewart for making this review, interview, and contest possible.