STORM TAKEN

Storm Taken by William Michael Davidson

Book Details:Book Title: Storm Taken by William Michael Davidson
Category:  Adult fiction, 268 pages
Genre:  Thriller, Sci-fi
Publisher:  Clean Reads
Content Rating: PG-13 + M (There’s a few graphic scenes with violence, alluded to adult situations as far as sex is concerned. But no real profanity and anything explicit.)

Book Description:

Trapped on Naples Island, Eddie Dees does everything he can to hold his family together. A supernatural storm is feeding on people’s fear and paranoia. The more people turn on each other, the stronger it becomes.

Believing there are small, systematic breaks in the storm, he plans to make his way off the island with as many residents as possible. But he must first deal with the crazed gunman roaming the streets as well as another growing threat: Klutch, a violent army vet suffering PTSD, has recruited a band of followers who believe the storm is a weaponized weather experiment gone awry. Klutch plans on stopping anyone from leaving the island, and one of his followers is Eddie’s own teenage son.

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Meet the Author:William Michael Davidson lives in Long Beach, California. A believer that “good living produces good writing,” Davidson writes early in the morning so he can get outside, exercise, spend time with people, and experience as much as possible. He is a writer of suspense and speculative fiction. If he’s not writing, he’s probably at the beach.

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Review
STORM TAKEN was a well written book that I found myself being pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. Eddie Dees just wants to get his family and as many people as possible off the island and safe from the storm, yet he first has to overcome a crazy gunman and a vet with PTSD who won’t let anyone leave the island. To make matters worse Eddie’s own son is following the vet with PTSD. I loved how involved the story was and the ways that the characters developed over the course of the book as individuals and in relation to each other!

 

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