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Sage Wind was actually a bit of a page turner for me. Clint does a good job of translating action and brutality into written prose. Make no mistake there is violence in the book, but it's not without due. Outside of a couple of typos the writing is solid, the characters interesting, and some of the developments are less than expected. I will admit that Mac can be a little bit of a Mary Sue in the present, he does have a mildly checkered past and it plays into his current predicament.
In all, a very solid read and great first outing for Clint.
The only regret I have in reading it is that I now fear the time it will take Hollingsworth to write the next adventure about Mackenzie Crow, the main character.
Seldom do you see a read wherein the author has such a grasp or the talents evident in Mac. Many can write about martial arts, even more can write about firearms and violence, but it is a rare author who can write with the in depth insights of tracking and straight awareness skills. Those are the skill sets that makes the character so unique… those skills are one of the reasons it is so fun to read about him – that and his relationships with the others in the book.
Clint, how are you coming with Volume 2? I’m hooked :)
"Nothing I loved better than being told I was of little use or having him bring up my mom in front of Vinnie and Rosa."
“Do you know what Frank does for a living, Mac?” She asked quietly. I shook my head. “He sells high-end foreign cars in Bellevue. He’s by far the company’s best salesperson, and manages to talk a good eighty percent of the people he meets on the lot into buying a luxury car that half of them have to go into serious debt to afford.”
"I’m not sure I follow the train of thought here…” I said.
"He’s also really good at selling romance,” she replied. “At least until you drive it off the lot.”
I may re-read this story and look forward to other works by this author.
Shame about the front cover, though...