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Overall, a good, entertaining read- one that will keep your attention even when your brain wants to shut off; and especially appropriate for travelers too weary for heady reading, and too uncomfortable to nap between destinations- such readers will be able to relate to the main character.
Although I find myself rooting for Collin and kinda liking him, I couldn't help but think, "Come on! Snap out of it," a few times while reading this as he had meltdown after meltdown while bouncing from place to place all over the world escaping the authorities- sometimes barely escaping. I like the Collin that emerges from Hurricane Abigail far better than the Collin at the beginning of the book and was disappointed that the book ended just as this Collin begins to emerge at the end.
Another plus to this book: I am dying to travel to some of these places that Collin traveled to and found myself googling maps and pictures of some of these places.
The story includes several references to God and prayer. The author is clearly a very religious individual with deep beliefs. Including some of that in a story is fine and even adds to the characters. However, including a prayer? Out of place. It just felt wrong.
Emily is a strong and intelligent woman? Not in the author's story! She repeatedly makes stupid real life decisions and cannot understand what's going on around her. Frustrating. Like a character in a bad sitcom.
Recommendations to the author for future novels: improve the dialogue and only mention what the characters are doing with prayer; don't walk us through it. If you feel that strongly, write a separate evangelical novel.
I plan on reading the next novel in the series to see how the author has developed.
Again, I appreciated how the author went inside his characters to their thought processes and feelings. At that he did a very good job - especially for a beginning author.