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A very entertaining story and lots of historical data. Look forward to book 2.
Amazon Customer, January 26, 2017
Harmony Scroll is a cross between Dan Brown's DiVinci Code and LeeChild's Jack Reacher! It's non-stop action and good characters drew mein and I didn't look up till the sun was rising in the morning. by Candice Amsterdam, July 26, 2016
For me, books that start out on an archeological treasure hunt are almost always exciting and interestingto read. The Harmony Scroll is no different. You never lose interest.
Ginny Hammondson June 27, 2016
An excellent novel which has an exciting story line throughout. A great book that keeps you on the edge of your seat and is a definite must-read irrespective of whatever your favorite genre is. Catherine Bryce review, 2015
I loved the relationship between mother and son in this book and connected to it.The writing style was also very interesting and adventurous. This is a book that is a must read.
This book would make an awesome movie and I recommend it strongly for all lovers of mysteries and suspense novels. It is truly one of the best I have read.
From the Author
- ASIN : B013RHJT5O
- Publisher : Write2Entertain/Edita A. Petrick; 2nd edition (August 10, 2015)
- Publication date : August 10, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 538 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 376 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #854,662 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Stella Hunter is searching for a long-lost items that could contain the secret to breaking a curse on an 8-year-old boy. The book incorporates various elements of thriller, mystery, and treasure hunter genres to great effect as Stella globe-trots and fights of unexpected dangers in her search. Carter, a man who occasionally takes on work for the government, helps her in her search. Gabriel's curse could spell the destruction of humanity if the boy falls into the wrong hands, and his adoptive mother (Stella) will stop at nothing to assure hes safe, whether its from supernatural or human dangers.
The writing is descriptive and engaging. Sometimes sentences can run rather long, not quite run-on territory but they would flow better with some shorter sentences sprinkled throughout. For the most part I thought the dialogue was pretty natural sounding as well.
This book is indeed the 2nd in a series, and people who have not read the first book may be confused about the characters and plot points. There's not much review for new readers to catch up with. I think the vast majority of the book stands on its own, but sometimes the characters would reference people and events that I was unaware of. It just tends to be solid advice to read the first book in the series first (even if I dont hold myself to that all the time).
Edita A. Patrick bring life to the sequel of the Ribbons of Death, and like the first book this one also has the magic touch of creativity. In the book Harmony Scroll author takes the reader on a mystery filled adventure that gives thrill throughout the book keeping the reader in suspense.
The Stella’s search for the scroll to save her adopted son will bring out a message about strength and will power. The adventure thrill made my adrenaline rush with the excitement as if I was going the journey alongside.
The plot is quite well set and the story line goes on with descriptive vivid language and gradual character development. The book brings out a mixture of mythical, mystical and adventurous blend of the journey in search for the scroll. Reading this book is guaranteed with the non-stop action that runs throughout the book rotating around Stella.
You will be able to see the courageous acts and bold moves that makes a person to be tested to the very end. The clock is ticking with the whole globe to be explored to find the scroll, will she find it in time? Read this marvelous story and find out. I would rate this thrilling adventure read 4 out of 5 points. Thanks.
The Harmony Scroll took me by surprise. It's like when you're watching one of those "scary" movies where you know the villain or the monster is about to jump out (because it's all quiet and suspenseful and the camera angles are prepped for it), but then it doesn't happen. You think, "oh, I guess they were just trying to--" and THEN you get jumped! Again, I was looking for stereotypes and tropes (maybe I'm jaded from years and years of fiction), but Mrs. Petrick does an outstanding job of making fiction into life and keeping me hooked all along the way.
Outstanding job! Now get to work on number three! :)