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That was all just a week ago. Without power, the situation was becoming desperate in Estes Park, Colorado, home of the famous Stanley Hotel. Police Chief Marcus Colton and his small force struggle to maintain order and calm to the growing population of their town. Not everyone is pleased with the influx of refugees sharing the dwindling supplies. Break ins, burglaries and robberies plague Colton's police force. Much of the crime wave leads back to a recovery and rehabilitation facility. Major Nathan Sardetti, stranded when his fighter jet was caught by the EMP wave and forced to eject in the area, helped Colton and Cherokee tracker Sam 'Raven' Spears capture the responsible crew.
Nathan and Raven head south in Raven's old jeep, one of the few vehicles not incapacitated by the EMP, to find what happened to Nathan's nephew, Ty Montgomery at the request of his sister Charlize. Ty was staying at a children's summer camp in southern Colorado. Ty was paralyzed, denied the use of his legs in the same accident that killed his father. His mother, Secretary of Defense Charlize Montgomery, had sent a team to the camp to find and return Ty to safety. The team. . .
Okay, you're going to have to find out what happens to these terrific, colorful, loved or hated - no in between, characters as they come to terms with the events disrupting their lives. You can feel their fear, share their terror, scream with their pain, and your tears join theirs in their grief. The action is spot-on, adrenaline and fear pumped, blood and gunpowder explode from the pages. This is one pulse-pounding, heart-racing, terrifyingly real, all-too-possible tale from a master storyteller!
Don't take my word for it, you really have to read this book! If you haven't read the first book, Trackers, you will want to! When you finish this book, you'll want to pre-order the next book, Trackers 3: The Storm. I did!
With as few words as possible, here is my review of the book:
Excellent Character Development Check
Credibility of Plot Check
Most highly recommended.
Note 2: This review is for the first four books in the Trackers series since I read them back to back and didn't take the time to write a review for each of them after reading them.
I didn't find any spelling/grammar mistakes in the book. That doesn't mean there aren't any, but if there were, they didn't break my train of reading and so I didn't have noticed them.
I had not previously read any other books by this author, but got the first too when they were on sale a few months ago. Once I read the ones I got on sale, they were so well done that I purchased the other two. I will be purchasing and reading other books by this author.
The characters, and the story telling are what set this book apart from other in the genre. The author has done a very good job creating complex characters that are not perfect and don't always do the best thing, but they do what you would expect someone like them to do. The story is well told and moves along at a pace that is such that you don't feel that things are skipped, but also that doesn't drag on and make you wander if it will ever end. There are enough details for the reader to understand the location and situation without going over the top and distracting from the flow of the story.