Thursday, February 11, 2010

Review: The Long Way Home by Andrew Klavan


The latest book that I just finished reading is The Long Way Home by Andrew Klavan. Can you imagine waking up one day and not remembering the last year? Now, can you imagine not remembering the last year and having the cops after you for murder? What about waking up, not remembering the last year, having the cops after you and having a terrorist group trying to kill you? That is what happens to 18 year old Charlie West. Through The Long Way Home he tries to remember his past, what he has or hasn't done and why everyone is after him. 

The book started off with a long car chase. It was a longer car chase than I would have liked, but after that the book got exciting. Moving from one danger to another, Charlie starts to uncover some truth and the book gets extremely suspenseful. This book is great for teens and adults. This is actually the second novel in the Homelander series, but it stands well on it's own. The back cover of the book has a quote that I believe explains the book perfectly. 

"A Thriller that reads like a teenage version of adrenaline-pumping adventure."

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Thomas Nelson provided me with a complimentary copy of this book in order for my honest review. I received no other compensation. The thoughts and opinions posted here are my own.
Note: I was purposely vague in my review to avoid giving away any exciting details.

1 comment:

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