Canyon: The Traveler, Book 2 Review
- He’s homeless. He’s on the run. And he wants revenge.
- Marcus Battle has left behind his home.
- Now he’s on a seemingly impossible mission to find a missing child. But can he balance that responsibility with his deep, primal desire to exact revenge on the men who destroyed his solitary existence?
- The world he discovers on his journey isn’t the one he remembers before a pneumonic plague called The Scourge killed two-thirds of the world’s population. It is lawless, depraved, and far deadlier than the disease which created it.
- Battle made a promise to find that child. It’s a promise he regrets more acutely with every step of the journey where he is as much the hunter as he is the hunted.
Check Out What Readers Said about Kindle/eBook!
“I read Book 1 and while the storyline had potential, the lack of writing talent and skill made it difficult to complete. Book 2, continued the storyline, but the writing actually got worse. It was impossible to read and I bailed at 25%. The eBook author apparently thinks that jumping from present day in the book, to 17 years earlier, every other chapter is a good thing. It is annoying and prevents any narrative flow. Coupled with characterizations that are one dimensional, have no redeeming values and plots that are so, so very boring, I just gave up. Maybe this author, as with the many other eBook authors, should consider taking eWriting courses, complete and pass them, before perpetrating such eBook drivel on the reading public. Rated as 1 star as ZERO (caps intentional) stars not a rating option.” By David P. Duffy
“Is your willing suspension of disbelief well in place? Good cuz you are going to need it.
I think the authors writing has improved a bit, however his plot contrivance needs some help as well.
It’s a bit much to believe that a wounded brother in arms who you saved with much effort is unrecognizable.
I’m a Prime member so I’ll slog on with the series hoping for improvement, but if you are contemplating spending money on this book, think hard.” By John D. Berry
Audible Audio Edition
Kindle Price: Paperback $9.74, Audible $0.00
Listening Length: 7 hours and 22 minutes
Program Type: Audiobook
Publisher: Piton Press, LLC
Audible.com Release Date: March 10, 2016
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81 in Books