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RACE AMAZON: False Dawn (James Pace novels Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Upon reading the first few pages from the "Look inside" feature, I suspected the novel would be an engrossing, enjoyable, thriller type read. I committed myself to reading both books. I'm glad I did.
James Pace is not an exceptional guy when you consider the life he has been living, but he is not ordinary either. The story takes off when suddenly he becomes a hero, which leads to an offer that is monetarily impossible to refuse: to be part of a race through the Amazon rainforest to benefit charity. It all seems a logical up-an-up deal, an adventure, something different. What he doesn't know is that terror and death await.
The story begins with deadly action and the promise of more of the same. Much of the novel is a riveting account of survival under the most horrendous conditions. Throughout the story there is potential disaster in the form of death, death from the jungle or death from others who wish to kill Pace and the other race participants.
The writing is descriptively tight, at times pleasingly dramatic. The author also provides the reader a 'real' look at the rainforest. Characters are finely hones and convincing. Hold onto your hats, an interesting, exciting ride awaits. Reviewed by the author of The Children's Story, About Good and Evil.