I don't know anything about this series, but it's about dragons so I'm going to give it a shot. Everyone knows I love cats, otters and dragons. I hope I like this because I jumped the gun and bought the first 5 in this series. For the moment, I'm giving my eyes a rest, though.
This is also the last book I have on my list before I embark on my scifi summer, so I'm eager to be finished. I love setting goals and achieving them.
Geez, I feel like I slogged through this. This was a lot more boring than the first book.
It doesn't help that I clearly need to see an optometrist because reading for more than 40 minutes is giving me headaches. I'm already diagnosed near-sighted. Now, it seems I may need bifocals. Joy of joys. I'm having to take frequent breaks as I read to keep from triggering a migraine.
If you wanted to travel to the Middle East or at least a part of it. You do so though Hawk McKinney latest book "The Curse of Ancients". To me it get adventurous and involves mysteries though out the book. I also believe it got some real good crime and detective in the book.
We meet up with Craige Ingram once again, and one of his best friend McGarald. Craige is ask to come and look and be a part of the investigation and find out what going on and finding out. The action be hotter and intense.
Craige bring in another friend from his seal team. When, his home is being threaten and get him and his friend involved some more. They will not back down until they find the answers.
Are terrorists involved and who or what is going on that leaving agents dead? Hawk McKinney does this and pull you in for adventure and battle. Who will win? The book is a page turner and surprises though out. Who would want artifacts and why?