Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Review of Sexton Spice (5 stars)

I'm always happy to pass along a good review of one of my books. The contrary is also true--I'm not going to pass along a bad review of one of my books. (Insert grin here.) Actually, I haven't had a bad review of one of my books, and before you get any ideas, I'm not looking for any either.
  Special thanks to the reviewer of this one. I've read his books--and you should too. Jeffrey Miller. Learn the name. He's good and you'll see more of thim.
  But for now, let's see what he had to say about Sexton Spice, the second book in the Sexton Chronicles. Here's the review:

 Bravo Mr. Steele!, May 20, 2011
Jeffrey Miller (Daejeon South Korea)
This review is from: Sexton Spice (Sexton Chronicles, Vol. 2) (Paperback)
When we last saw Tom, John and Andy in Sexton Chronicles I, the boys were raising a bit of ruckus in Sexton (along with Ambrose Bierce--Yes, that Ambrose Bierce) trying to stay one step ahead of the Protectors and one Lieutenant Sistelli.
   Tom, John, and Andy are back again in Sexton Spice for their continuing adventures in Volume 2 of the Sexton Chronicles. One thing is for certain for the boys who have taken the adage "variety is the spice of life" to new heights with their adventures--they have to be careful with spices in Sexton. They're illegal!
   In this riveting, action-packed novel, Dave Steele picks up where he left off in Volume 1. The action is intense, the dialogue is witty and visceral, and the drama that unfolds will make it hard to put this book down.
   Steele knows how to tell a good story and after a few pages into this book, you are immediately caught up in the action and the vivid and believable characters.
   Variety is definitely the spice of life, er Sexton Spice that is.
   Bravo Mr. Steele for raising the bar with Volume 2 of Sexton Chronicles. Can't wait to read Volumes 3 and 4!

Jeffrey Miller author of Damaged Goods and War Remains

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