Jon Land has done it again, taking me on another action packed adventure with Caitlin Strong and her cohorts in Strong As Steel. This is one series that keeps on giving.
1959, Turkey: A freighter, all the crew dead, takes out the Port of Ordu, just like in a Jurassic Park movie.
1904, Mexico: A little girl watches as her entire family is slaughtered at her parents wedding.
1994, Texas: The entire crew of a train, plus a few spare bodies, are found dead.
WTH is going on?
Caitlin is 14 years old, so it is her dad, Jim, on the case..
Present Day: Here comes Caitlin…with guns blazing. She has a sixth sense when it comes to tracking down her quarry. She is surrounded by unique and interesting characters that play vital roles in the story. The characters will face some personal challenges, but Cort has no doubt…Right is right and wrong is wrong.
I am very curious how Jon Land will bring everything together. I never worry about action, because he supplies plenty and keeps me reading, wanting to know all the answers.
I love the paranormal elements that blend in so well with the normal. Paz has visions and Cort has a root beer drinking ghost that supplies plenty of laughs to go with the danger and mystery.
Jon’s description of Caitlin’s Barbie and Ken dolls had me busting out laughing. It’s the little things like that which make Jon Land’s writing so fantastic.
I know a series can become repetitive, dry and past it’s prime, but so far Caitlin Strong is going strong and I look forward to seeing what he puts her through next.
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