This is the third and final day of the CSFF Blog Tour for March, highlighting Hunter Brown and the Secret of the Shadow.
I like that the protagonist -- named, ironically enough, Hunter Brown -- isn't perfect, has a a sense of humor, can laugh at himself, and, despite his fears, embarks on some potentially deadly adventures. Regardless of some technical issues with the actual writing, the storytelling is good, and the story itself is interesting, and I recommend it to readers ages 12 and older, including adults.
I had other plans for my posts during this tour, but I didn't get to compose them ahead of time, and work and other events have imposed on my schedule, so today's entry is short and not very helpful. For more detailed and enlightening reviews of the book, please visit these stops along the tour:
CSFF Blog Tour
D. G. D. Davidson
Todd Michael Greene
Rebecca LuElla Miller
John W. Otte
Rachel Starr Thomson