Trail of Dead
Publish date: June 4th 2013
Pages no: 295
Edition language: English
Series: Scarlett Bernard (#2)
Pacing is much better in this book, and I really enjoyed seeing more of the moral quagmires around Scarlett's job. Loved seeing more of her character development, and the explanatory backstory for her whole everything.Eli still doesn't thrill me but it was nice to see Jesse still be NICE and KIND an...
"Trail of Dead" is (apart from the title which I think is rather dull) is an improvement on "Dead Spots", book 1 in the series. Melissa Olson's writing is more confident and assured, the plotting is tighter and more complex and the world building is a little bit more subtle. In "Trail of Dead" I a...
I keep finding these little gems and Trail of Dead is another one. I read the first in the series, Dead Spots, and while it had a few rough places, Trail of Dead is much better. I still feel it's extremely difficult for the first book in a series to be one in a million but it can be good enough to...
See more of my reviews at We Live and Breathe BooksBecause I wasn't quite as drawn in as I was with Dead Spots, but it was still a great continuation of the series, I'm giving this one 4.5/5 stars.After buying Dead Spots as a Kindle Daily Deal and absolutely loving it, I was anxiously awaiting Trail...