Saturday, 14 November 2015

Savage Run 2 by E. J. Squires

After having enjoyed Savage Run 1, I was looking forward to spending more time with Heidi and Nicholas.  Unfortunately, this book was so short, that I was barely getting into the story and it was finished.  This should be marketed as a serialized novel.

The story picks up immediately where book one ends with no recap or reminders of what had already happened.  It can not be read and understood without having read the first installment.

While there is some good action, there is not enough to call it a book and to substantiate it's cost.  The entire story of the Savage Run should have been published as a single novel and not broken up into little bits.

Read my review of Savage Run 1

Cover image courtesy of author E. J. Squires

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