Tuesday, March 2, 2010

The Long Way Home (The Homelanders) by Andrew Klavan

The second book in The Homelander’s series finds Charlie West on the run.   He woke up one morning, not remembering anything from the past year, finding himself the target of terrorist and police officials.  One of Charlie’s friends has been murdered, and he is the prime suspect.

Charlie heads home to hopefully get some answers, and maybe some of his memory back.  A thrilling adventure for adults and teens alike, THE LONG WAY HOME is an action-packed page-turner that manages to bring different messages to the reader. 

THE LONG WAY HOME may be the second in the series, but it does stand alone.  There are many flashbacks within the novel that catch the reader up with what happened in the previous work, THE LAST THING I REMEMBER.  I look forward to reading more from this author, and so are my two teenagers.

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