Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Storm by DJ MacHale

This was a review I wrote for Library Journal Magazine. 

MacHale, D.J. Storm. 10 CDs. Unabridged. 12 hours 13 minutes. Dreamscape. 2014. ISBN 9781629233727 $59.99.
The second novel in the Sylo Chronicles, Storm picks up where Sylo left off, Tucker, Tori, Kent, and Olivia had survived the sea battle between Sylo and the mysterious black planes; and finally made it to the main land only to discover that there is no one there! Things are not always as they seem though as little by little the group begin to find survivors of the attack, including Jonathan a hospital worker who introduces them to a mysterious radio message. After decoding the message, the group decides to head to Nevada, but along the way they run into danger; and Tucker discovers that there may be a traitor in his group of friends.

MacHale does it again, he manages to grab the reader and not let go until the very last page. He creates such a gripping thriller that it is hard not to get sucked in.

Andrew Bates returns as narrator, and continues to draw the listener into Tucker’s world with his talent.

Readers who enjoyed Sylo will find that this story does not disappoint.

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