This is a pretty hair-raising book. Keeps you on the edge of your seat. It does get to the point you think "Good Grief! What more can happen?"
This book is a nonstop thrill ride from page one! It start with a chase and doesn't let up until the last page. After my Dad and I both read and loved it, I made it one of my staff pick's at work and we can barely keep it on the shelf! We're constantly reordering more copies to keep up with the demand...it's also made Mr. Kuzneski's books sell just as fast. If you enjoy action and adventure, thrill and chills, take a trip to "The Plantation" with Payne and Jones if you dare!
If you ever read Frank Yerby who wrote mostly about the South during the time of plantations and slavery then this one is revenge for those days. Keeps you turning the pages to find out what happens next and something is happening all the time--very good. Be sure to read the 'foreward' before the first chapter and author's note at the end--very interesting.
This book was a very entertaining read. Full of action and suspense and a few good twists. I loved the relationship between Payne and Jones. I'm now looking forward to the rest of the series.
For a book that the first three pages were so good, this book crashed in a hurry. Couldn't get past page seventeen. The dialog was corny at best. It came across as hollow l, fake and forced for the most part. I really had promise, as long as the characters weren't talking.
Glad I had a second book with me.