Borderlords by Terry C. Johnston
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I dove into Borderlords with high hopes immediately after finishing Carry the Wind. The first half of this book, though, seemed to drag forever as Titus Bass relived moments from the first book while making a trek to Vancouver to exorcise the ghost of Asa McCafferty. I’m still not sure I understand the point of all that. The second half of the book, though, really picks up steam and saved it from getting a two-star review from me. Although I still have to say there was way too much talking during that climactic knife fight. Shut up and start stabbing! Overall, it was an enjoyable book that finished on a high note that will bring me back for more of the series.
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