Sunday, January 26, 2014

Vic: Mongol - Serial Sunday Book Review

book cover art for Vic: Mongol by Jerry Gill Vic: Mongol
by Jerry Gill
Second book in series
Genres: Action Adventure,

     Vic Challenger is back for another exciting adventure. Set in the 1920's, a time when women were expected to only yearn for marriage and babies, Victoria Custer breaks the mold and sets her own standards. A courageous sharp shot who is just at home hunting a wolf and skinning it herself as she is playing with her guide's cute little twin girls.

     Granted Victoria is still searching through time for Nu the son of Nu, the soul mate from her past life, author Jerry Gill gives us so much more than your run of the mill romance.

     This time Vic is headed for the far east, and finds murder and intrigue before she even leaves the states. That small mystery was just to warm her up for the dangers she will find in Mongolia. White Russians, revolutionizing mercenaries, and creatures that had only been considered urban legend since no one had ever survived an encounter with them to relay information about their existence are only a few of the perils that Vic and her traveling companion Lin Li will face.

     This book is an incredibly fast paced page turner that will keep you on the edge of your seat right up until you read the last page. I definitely recommend it.

     Did you miss my review of the first book in this series Vic: Time Doesn't Matter?

I give it 5 star review graphic 5 stars!

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