- File Size: 2938 KB
- Print Length: 232 pages
- Publication Date: June 4, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00YWLVWZA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,385 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Don't Worry, You'll be Safe (Jack Bass Black Cloud Chronicles Book 4) Kindle Edition
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I'm not certain that I or anyone else would consider the book as having many flaws since it seems to hit all the right notes for a story of its kind. However, all readers should be warned that the book is not for the faint of heart. It contains very heavy subject matter that at times can be difficult to delve into. This is especially true in the way that aging, homeless U.S. military veterans in it are portrayed and treated. Still, even this uncomfortable aspect of the book does not take away from Mr. Dasso's considerable talent or the many facets of Don't Worry You'll Be Safe.
So, if you would like to read a good murder mystery you may want to read this book. But, you should be forewarned that you are not in for light reading in any way, shape or form.
The main idea of this book is simple; Jack tries to save his daughter, Amanda by solving the mystery around the deaths of homeless veterans. However, in doing so he needs to encounter his troubling past and suffers more from his PTSD. I like how the author keeps piling the suspense by introducing new characters and new deaths; all leading to an answer to the murder. This book ends on a cliffhanger and I hope that the fifth book will resolve the loose end.
As for the characterisation, I really like Jack Bass as a hero. He grows a lot in this book alone and I dont even have the chance to know him in the first three books. Just imagine how much his character developed throughout the entire series. The book is considerably short for 200+ pages but I like that the author includes enough back story of each character in this book. It is easy to understand the character even for someone that is new to the series. As an addition, I really think that the author is simply amazing for focusing the book on veterans that suffer PTSD once they get back home.
This book not only brings a fun, suspenseful mystery to life, but it also brings to light issues with how many of our veterans end up after they leave the service. It really touches the reader, and helps remind us that the veterans of our country don't always get treated how they need. It also focuses quite a bit on PTSD, which many more of our veterans these days are suffering from, and how hard it can be for them to function in normal life.
As with previous black cloud novels, there is a villainous murder ring plot going on, and you can only guess who gets sucked into the middle of it.
I thoroughly enjoyed this edition of the Jack Bass Black Cloud chronicle, and the twist at the end has me ready to hear what's going to happen next!
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This is the 4th book in the series. While it would have helped to understand some of the references it does a fairly good job as a stand-alone book.Read more