Book Review: Dead Water

Now that the trips down memory lane have ended the excitement will now come back into play. We are now onto the seventh book in the Kiera Hudson Series Two series. This book gets things back on track and has more excitement in the pages.

The Review

Sam and Kayla are missing. Hoping to find their friends Kiera, Potter, and Murphy set off towards the Dead Waters hoping to find them along the way. Along the way they find that they are being followed not only by skin-walkers but also statues. Why are they following them? Is Kiera leading them to the Dead Waters? The only way to find out if they make it in one piece is to read the book.

This book was refreshing. I enjoyed the pace it moved and kept the excitement running smoothly. The book didn’t overwhelm you or leave you wanting more. It kept you with the hunger to get to the next book. However, you start to wonder who is the mastermind behind the journey these heroes have been faced with.

Ranking: 5 out of 5 stars!


The Book

DEAD WATERDead Water

With Sam and Kayla missing, Kiera, Potter and Murphy head for the Dead Waters. Here they hope to find their missing friends and the answers to why their flesh keeps cracking like that of a statue. Knowing Potter has lied to her, Kiera is struggling with her feelings for him. Therefore, Kiera tries to keep Potter at a distance, scared that she might get hurt again. With Skin-walkers and statues close behind them as they make their journey to the Dead Waters, Kiera can’t help but fear she is being led straight into a dead end.

Dead Wolf is Book Seven of The Kiera Hudson Series Two.

FREE on Kindle Unlimited or $2.99 to Purchase.

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About the Author

Tim O’Rourke is an obsessive writer, spending eight hours a day, five days a week hunched over his laptop, completely immersed in the worlds he has created in his own imagination.

In the real world, Tim lives in Buckinghamshire with his wife, three sons and a cat.

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