The St. Augustine Trilogy:
Young Adult, Paranormal & Historical
A review placed on Amazon by Kathleen Joyce Raue.
I am glad I waited until I did not have any papers to grade as once I started reading I had to keep going to the end and now I can’t wait for Jeff and Carla’s next adventure.
The first few pages started off a little slow but once Jeff and Carla visited the shaman Lobo to help Jeff with his nightmares I was intrigued.
Having the setting in my favorite Florida city made the story line even more fascinating. Hearing them talk about riding down San Marco and the cemetery’s gave me even more visual images to connect with.
Jeff definitely does have an attitude but it fits with where the story goes.
The colorful language is not overdone and does not take away from the great storyline.
I loved how the author had Jeff act so quickly to explain to the army officer the clothes he and Carla were wearing when they were in the parallel time. Jeff was wearing his University of Florida jacket which must have seemed very strange to someone during the Seminole Indians war not to mention sneakers.
Just when I thought I had the mystery figured out a new twist would happen.
The story is well written and the author does make it an extremely, hard to put down, intriguing story with plenty of twists and turns, for both teenagers and adults alike. Keep up the good work Doug Dillon.
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