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Christopher and Michael become multi-millionaires and their greed endangers Katherine's life. While Christopher, Michael and Thomas are racing to rescue her, Robert Cain’s army steals the mysterious machine and his frightening intentions become clear. Can Michael beat his inner demons? Will Katherine lose the will to survive? In this exciting sequel to Brothers, Bullies Christopher and Michael become multi-millionaires and their greed endangers Katherine's life. While Christopher, Michael and Thomas are racing to rescue her, Robert Cain’s army steals the mysterious machine and his frightening intentions become clear. Can Michael beat his inner demons? Will Katherine lose the will to survive? In this exciting sequel to Brothers, Bullies and Bad the future becomes clear, and it seems things can only get worse. This is an alternate cover edition


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Christopher and Michael become multi-millionaires and their greed endangers Katherine's life. While Christopher, Michael and Thomas are racing to rescue her, Robert Cain’s army steals the mysterious machine and his frightening intentions become clear. Can Michael beat his inner demons? Will Katherine lose the will to survive? In this exciting sequel to Brothers, Bullies Christopher and Michael become multi-millionaires and their greed endangers Katherine's life. While Christopher, Michael and Thomas are racing to rescue her, Robert Cain’s army steals the mysterious machine and his frightening intentions become clear. Can Michael beat his inner demons? Will Katherine lose the will to survive? In this exciting sequel to Brothers, Bullies and Bad the future becomes clear, and it seems things can only get worse. This is an alternate cover edition

53 review for Sinners, Survivors and Saints

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    This book picks up shortly after where Brothers, Bullies and Bad Guys left off. The first few chapters left be a bit confused as to when exactly we are after. One part mentions a year, another 6 months. So has it been 1 year, 6 months or a year and six months? I don't quite know. ***NOTE: If you have not read the first book, stop now. Spoilers ahead for those who have not read book 1!*** Micheal is still on a major guilt trip about his mom. To the point his family wants him in counseling. If it ha This book picks up shortly after where Brothers, Bullies and Bad Guys left off. The first few chapters left be a bit confused as to when exactly we are after. One part mentions a year, another 6 months. So has it been 1 year, 6 months or a year and six months? I don't quite know. ***NOTE: If you have not read the first book, stop now. Spoilers ahead for those who have not read book 1!*** Micheal is still on a major guilt trip about his mom. To the point his family wants him in counseling. If it has been 6 months or longer, why wait so long?! This should have been done immediately! What is wrong with this family! Also why does it take the police a year before they are reading to walk through the island and what happened with the brothers? These bits made little to no sense to me. Thomas, Katherine, Chris and Michael are all now really good friends. They even have a sort of business going to help solve things. Michael of course running the tech end. I do not get how he got to where he is. It is not well explained beyond dreams. Like how did he get cameras, sound systems, etc and install it as a child. Even if he understood HOW, where did the funds come from as he grew up? This bothered me in the first book and even more in this one. The things Michael is capable of, field experts would have a really tough time with him. And he does it with ease yet he is just a young teen! Still, what he does is kind of cool regardless of the how. When Katherine is kidnapped by Robert's henchmen, the boys must once again rescue one they care about. This book is still action packed but the pace is a bit more practical. There seems to be more strategic thought here. We also get into Robert's head a bit! Nice change to see things from the villian's aspect. We also get more character growth in this one which I always appreciate seeing. Also, we get a bit of the paranormal! Not sure if I liked that or not. I love paranormal books but this just didn't seem to really fit in. It would have moved fine without, just leaving it an adventure novel. Overall opinion: Enjoyable but very predictable for the overall plot. Katherine does something unexpected though, but otherwise you can easily see where things are going. This volume is a bit more mature than the last one. The situations a bit more severe, and some language. The pace is very fast and fun. Easy to read. Wish there was more depth and the characters more believable for their age but otherwise a very likeable story. ** I was given a copy of this book in exchange for a fair, honest review.**

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tonja Drecker

    This book takes off where book one ends. It's only been a few months since the brother's first adventure, they've made some cash and now, they're off on another action packed ride. I love the cover--perfectly portrays the story. Like in book 1, this story is again fast paced and leaves little time to breathe. I was immediately sucked into the adventure, cringing and fevering as the brothers battled against the bad guys. I love the dialogue and the sibling interaction. It was especially neat to se This book takes off where book one ends. It's only been a few months since the brother's first adventure, they've made some cash and now, they're off on another action packed ride. I love the cover--perfectly portrays the story. Like in book 1, this story is again fast paced and leaves little time to breathe. I was immediately sucked into the adventure, cringing and fevering as the brothers battled against the bad guys. I love the dialogue and the sibling interaction. It was especially neat to see how the brother's relationship has developed since the first pages of book 1. The writing is tight and description well done--never too many. As a parent, I was already a little careful of the violence in book 1, and this story definitely takes it a step further. In other words, hands off for kids under 12. I was also disappointed by some of the language, not sure why that has to seep in. But teens who are looking for an action novel will enjoy this. I received a free copy of this for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Oh My Bookness

    Book Review: By Brittany Perez (Oh My Bookness) July 24,2014 @ohmybookness Contact: [email protected] In the second installment of the Boulton Quest series, Sinners, Survivors and Saints by N.D. Richman, he does not fail to get the readers a attention right from the start. It starts off not too long on after the brothers heroic adventure to save their parents, unfortunately one would not come home with them and that was their mother. Now dealing with the loss of their mother, Michael, Chris Book Review: By Brittany Perez (Oh My Bookness) July 24,2014 @ohmybookness Contact: [email protected] In the second installment of the Boulton Quest series, Sinners, Survivors and Saints by N.D. Richman, he does not fail to get the readers a attention right from the start. It starts off not too long on after the brothers heroic adventure to save their parents, unfortunately one would not come home with them and that was their mother. Now dealing with the loss of their mother, Michael, Chris, their father, Geoff, and Jane and as well as Katherine, Thomas and their mother go over the events of while on the island and leading up to. They show the cop how events of that tragic event and also heroic act and show of bravery went down. Chris, Michael, Thomas and Katherine set up a program for kids in trouble or being bullied. They set up a number they can call to talk to someone. The four of them also set up a head quarters, and Michael without anyones knowledge has been taking Robert Caines money in small intervals at time till he wiped out his account. Unfortunately Michaels action put a friend in danger and no guarantee they will get Katherine back alive as the kidnappers promised. The boys father along with Jen, Geoff, and Katherine and Thomas's mother go to rescue/search for Katherine. But before her phone was taken she was able to get a message to Chris, why the kidnappers took her and what they wanted, the money back. Scared and alone Katherine is unsure if anyone will find her, for the reason is that for untold circumstances the kidnappers plane went down with her in it.... but where? On the clock, with one week Chris, Thomas and Michael have to find Katherine or return the money, but will the deal be held? Running under the idea that Katherine may be in Mexico from Robert Caines money trail, but what they don't know she may have not even made it there. As well with their parents being detained for a week by Mexican officials under Robert Caines authority. Now up to Chris, Michael, and Thomas to find her... before it is too late. The sequel in the Boulton Quest series, sinners, survivors and saints,does not disappoint or fall short in action packed adventure filled with a little suspense and mystery. Will this journey bring the brothers closer than ever before? Or will tension worry and blame get the better of the Boulton brothers as well as lose new friends along the way. You won't want to stop reading until the last page but even then it will leave you wanting more! A read for any reluctant reader who can't seem to find that right book that keeps them interested, but also a book not just for young adults but all and any age or gender. There is a little something for everyone.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sarah-Jayne Briggs

    (I received this book for free as part of Goodreads First Reads giveaways). (This review may contain spoilers). Although this book was the second in a series, I still found it easy to follow and read. I was able to empathise easily with the characters and the danger they faced came across as real. When I originally read the blurb of this book, I assumed the main characters were full adults and it was a bit surprising to realise they weren't... though I was hard pressed to figure out their exact age (I received this book for free as part of Goodreads First Reads giveaways). (This review may contain spoilers). Although this book was the second in a series, I still found it easy to follow and read. I was able to empathise easily with the characters and the danger they faced came across as real. When I originally read the blurb of this book, I assumed the main characters were full adults and it was a bit surprising to realise they weren't... though I was hard pressed to figure out their exact ages. I thought that the flashbacks and dreams Michael and Katherine had were written quite well. They were a sign of trauma that isn't always explored after characters have gone through harrowing experiences. I did get a bit confused with how exactly Chris and Michael were related and how everything worked with Michael's mum. I'm guessing that was probably explained in the first book, but I didn't quite understand it here. I did like the supernatural elements in the book and I would have liked to see more of that. I also felt there was a lot of realism in this book. The characters did do a lot of things that weren't 'normal', but I didn't think any of it was completely impossible to believe. I did notice a few errors in the book, but they were mostly punctuation errors, such as missing quotation marks. The book was still readable, but I tend to notice errors. I do intend to read the first book in this series at some point, after my ever-growing 'to-read' pile starts going down.

  5. 4 out of 5

    LAWonder10

    The continuing adventure of the Boulton Brothers, Family, Friends and bad guys continue in the second book of the Boulton Quest series - 'Sinners, Survivors and Saint' ! Once again the book cover and title could not be more perfect! It depicts the ?meat? of the story, is eye-catching & enticingly interesting. This episode quickly picks up from the previous one and immediately captivates the reader's attention. The time lapse is but a few months after the previous book. The family - especially the The continuing adventure of the Boulton Brothers, Family, Friends and bad guys continue in the second book of the Boulton Quest series - 'Sinners, Survivors and Saint' ! Once again the book cover and title could not be more perfect! It depicts the ?meat? of the story, is eye-catching & enticingly interesting. This episode quickly picks up from the previous one and immediately captivates the reader's attention. The time lapse is but a few months after the previous book. The family - especially the boys - prepare for any further problems and at te same time create their own money making service to cover expenses. What at first appears to be a more relaxed story soon picks up on the adventure and action. This one does display more graphic violence not recommended for youth under 12 years of age. Once again, there are a few crude words parents need to be aware of. Although the events are incredulous, it is well-written fast-paced adventure, action, suspenseful tale. The ending takes a very unexpected twist. My personal wish is that the crude words be left out or otherwise replaces and not quite so graphic with a YA book. Once again, my review of this book must stick with the Five Stars rating due to literary skills. *This was gifted to me for an honest review, of which I have given.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    I received a copy of this book free for an honest review which I am giving. I liked Sinners, Survivors, and Saints even more than the first book. The first felt geared more toward middle school boys, but this is one that can be enjoyed by everyone. There is more action and less crude boy behavior. Michael, Chris, Katherine, and Thomas are back, and they are still in a fight for their lives. Michael and Chris's uncle is still out to get them and even more so since they ruined his plans in the last I received a copy of this book free for an honest review which I am giving. I liked Sinners, Survivors, and Saints even more than the first book. The first felt geared more toward middle school boys, but this is one that can be enjoyed by everyone. There is more action and less crude boy behavior. Michael, Chris, Katherine, and Thomas are back, and they are still in a fight for their lives. Michael and Chris's uncle is still out to get them and even more so since they ruined his plans in the last book. The action is nonstop and the plot is very fast-paced. The main characters in the book are better developed in this book compared to the first one. I really love Katherine. She is such a strong character that girls can relate to, and she's a great role model. The way the story is heading is really exciting. I am looking forward to reading the third book when it's released. Though I wasn't as crazy about the first book as I was this one, I still recommend reading it first, or you'll be totally lost. This series shows a lot of promise and will help get your reluctant readers reading.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest review. Sinners, Survivors, and Saints, book #2 in the Boulton Quest Series, is a young adult book that starts a few months after Book #1, Brothers, Bullies, and Bad Guys. This book is almost as action packed as the first book. Chris and Michael are good friends with Katherine and Thomas, who helped them in Brothers, Bullies, and Bad Guys. They have worked hard at setting up a surveillance company out of their new fancy barn built by the boys’ par I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest review. Sinners, Survivors, and Saints, book #2 in the Boulton Quest Series, is a young adult book that starts a few months after Book #1, Brothers, Bullies, and Bad Guys. This book is almost as action packed as the first book. Chris and Michael are good friends with Katherine and Thomas, who helped them in Brothers, Bullies, and Bad Guys. They have worked hard at setting up a surveillance company out of their new fancy barn built by the boys’ parents. But Robert Cain isn’t done with them just yet and when Michael makes a dumb move, their lives are at risk once more. Katherine and Thomas are main characters in book #2 along with Chris and Michael. All 4 are very close and would do anything for each other. Michael is much more mature now…he’s not perfect but he’s much better and a likeable character. I definitely recommend Sinners, Survivors, and Saints especially for young adults but it’s a good action story for adults as well. It’s another quick and easy read that’s action packed. I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    LitPick Book Reviews

    Sinners, Survivors, and Saints is book two of the Boulton Quest Series. Chris and Michael are back again. This time, they're saving a friend who's put into danger as a result of the brothers' actions. As the brothers are attempting to save Katherine, they run into some challenges. They are struggling against a ticking clock to save her from death. Can the brothers save their friend? Can the brothers defeat the bad guys yet again? Find out in this thrilling book! Opinion: N.D. Richman has done it a Sinners, Survivors, and Saints is book two of the Boulton Quest Series. Chris and Michael are back again. This time, they're saving a friend who's put into danger as a result of the brothers' actions. As the brothers are attempting to save Katherine, they run into some challenges. They are struggling against a ticking clock to save her from death. Can the brothers save their friend? Can the brothers defeat the bad guys yet again? Find out in this thrilling book! Opinion: N.D. Richman has done it again. He has expertly crafted this novel and exceeded my high expectations set by book one! The plot was very fast-paced throughout. This series is getting better book by book; I cannot wait for the third installment! One exceptional aspect of the story was that the boys were willing to face death to save their friend. The characters were extremely well-developed, had great expressions, were very passionate about what they were doing, and had great courage in the face of danger. I would recommend this book to ages 12 and up because it includes some death and killing. Reviewed by a LitPick student book reviewer Age:13

  9. 4 out of 5

    Stacie

    Sinners, Survivors and Saints is an electrifying and action packed adventure that grabs hold of the reader and doesn't let go. Robert Cain is still at large and he is determined to secure his fortune by snuffing out the lives of his nephews, Chris and Michael. When Michael manages to outsmart his uncle and gains access to the fortune that will one day be theirs, Robert takes drastic measures and kidnaps Katherine. Now, Chris, Michael, and Thomas must work together to save Katherine before it's to Sinners, Survivors and Saints is an electrifying and action packed adventure that grabs hold of the reader and doesn't let go. Robert Cain is still at large and he is determined to secure his fortune by snuffing out the lives of his nephews, Chris and Michael. When Michael manages to outsmart his uncle and gains access to the fortune that will one day be theirs, Robert takes drastic measures and kidnaps Katherine. Now, Chris, Michael, and Thomas must work together to save Katherine before it's too late. Sinners, Survivors, and Saints is just as intense as the first story with kidnappings, high speed chases, and a vicious villain out for revenge. The characters are well developed and the trials they face and overcome add to their believability. The author's vivid imagination shines through and he spins a fantastic high energy tale that leaves you eager for more. I highly recommend picking up a copy.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Trisha

    This is the second book of the series and was packed just as full of action as the first. Chris and Michael are back but this time their awful uncle Robert goes after Chris' girlfriend Katherine to get at the boys and possibly their adoptive dad's latest project that he seems to think is something very powerful and important, so Robert wants it. So with Katherine's life hanging in the balance and all the adults stuck in Mexico, which is a long story in itself, but one only a adult can get stuck This is the second book of the series and was packed just as full of action as the first. Chris and Michael are back but this time their awful uncle Robert goes after Chris' girlfriend Katherine to get at the boys and possibly their adoptive dad's latest project that he seems to think is something very powerful and important, so Robert wants it. So with Katherine's life hanging in the balance and all the adults stuck in Mexico, which is a long story in itself, but one only a adult can get stuck in, the boys along with their friend and Katherine's brother, Thomas must search and rescue Katherine before time runs out. But what happens on the mountain can not stay on the mountain and that advice comes from the most surprising place, well, person ever, but is this really the end of Robert? We will have to wait and see. Be sure not to miss this action packed adventure you will regret it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Becca

    As the second book in the Bolton Quest series, this one picks up right where the other left off. I was very happy with this because a lot of times with second books there is a lot of back tracking. Chris and Michael are back but this time they are joined in the story by their Uncle Robert. Uncle Robert is not the best seed and has his sights on Chris' girlfriend, Katherine. Robert is also after whatever the boys' dad seems to be working on because it seems to be of great importance. This means t As the second book in the Bolton Quest series, this one picks up right where the other left off. I was very happy with this because a lot of times with second books there is a lot of back tracking. Chris and Michael are back but this time they are joined in the story by their Uncle Robert. Uncle Robert is not the best seed and has his sights on Chris' girlfriend, Katherine. Robert is also after whatever the boys' dad seems to be working on because it seems to be of great importance. This means that he must have it! I loved the drama and the plot once again that went along with this story. It is one that young readers and adult readers alike can enjoy (possibly even by reading together!) You will definitely not want to miss reading the second book in the series! If you have not read any of the series, I highly suggest you do!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Dalene

    First, I would like to thank the author N.D. Richman for giving me this book for an honest review. Again as with the first book this book was very well written, especially as it's main audience target is reluctant readers. The story is action packed and full of adventure. Since the story takes up where the first book left off, I wish that some things would have been better explained/incorporated in the story. For example where did the boys get the money from, and who taught Michael these skills First, I would like to thank the author N.D. Richman for giving me this book for an honest review. Again as with the first book this book was very well written, especially as it's main audience target is reluctant readers. The story is action packed and full of adventure. Since the story takes up where the first book left off, I wish that some things would have been better explained/incorporated in the story. For example where did the boys get the money from, and who taught Michael these skills or was he already a natural and learned them young, things like that. I like how close Michael, Chris, Katherine and Thomas have all become, they are great friends. The characters are better developed in this book. Again as with the first book this book is a great read and I am going to have my grandsons read it. I look forward to reading the third book when it come out.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    The synopsis says it is an exciting sequel and yes, it really is! The Boulton’s adventure only seems to get crazier. There is nonstop action packed adventure within every page. I really think this book and series is great for apprehensive struggling readers. There isn’t a ton of character development or touchy feely stuff, just action! At points, I found myself feeling like the Boulton’s were very similar to the the Baudelaire siblings from the Series of Unfortunate Events. They just can’t catch The synopsis says it is an exciting sequel and yes, it really is! The Boulton’s adventure only seems to get crazier. There is nonstop action packed adventure within every page. I really think this book and series is great for apprehensive struggling readers. There isn’t a ton of character development or touchy feely stuff, just action! At points, I found myself feeling like the Boulton’s were very similar to the the Baudelaire siblings from the Series of Unfortunate Events. They just can’t catch a break and don’t even until the very end. The series also takes a more fictional approach in the end and I really liked it! Again, I am very eager to read the next book! I would really recommend this book to those of our teacher followers, those who have young struggling readers, or those just looking for a fun adventure.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kim Heimbuch

    Book Review Book two in the Boulton Quest Series starts with the boys, headed back to the island to show the investigators what happened the night their mom died. Michael blames himself as the bullet was meant for him and he now sees ghosts. Their Uncle Robert has fled and using alias’s, but with Michael’s hacking and computing skills, he tracks down some of their money and wipes out one of the accounts. Katherine is kidnapped and the mysterious machine is stolen, and together, the boys must figu Book Review Book two in the Boulton Quest Series starts with the boys, headed back to the island to show the investigators what happened the night their mom died. Michael blames himself as the bullet was meant for him and he now sees ghosts. Their Uncle Robert has fled and using alias’s, but with Michael’s hacking and computing skills, he tracks down some of their money and wipes out one of the accounts. Katherine is kidnapped and the mysterious machine is stolen, and together, the boys must figure out how to get to her and take back the machine before time runs out. "Yeah, genius when doing stuff you shouldn't." Read the Full Review at http://www.musingwithcrayolakym.com/b...

  15. 5 out of 5

    Brooke Blogs

    Sinners, Survivors and Saints by N.D. Richman is the second Boulton Brothers action story. I enjoyed the plot and action in this installment of their adventures. The pacing seemed a bit better, though I think this story was a bit too wordy at times as well. Overall though, this has been an enjoyable series that I would give 3.25-3.50 stars to both books. The action is exhilarating and kept me wanting to read more, though I found myself wanting to skim the overly descriptive parts. All in all, I Sinners, Survivors and Saints by N.D. Richman is the second Boulton Brothers action story. I enjoyed the plot and action in this installment of their adventures. The pacing seemed a bit better, though I think this story was a bit too wordy at times as well. Overall though, this has been an enjoyable series that I would give 3.25-3.50 stars to both books. The action is exhilarating and kept me wanting to read more, though I found myself wanting to skim the overly descriptive parts. All in all, I have liked the first two books in the series and would pick up the next in the series to read as well. I received a complimentary copy for review purposes; this did not influence my opinion.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Natasha Severson

    I LOVE the front picture! It makes me think about what could happen in this book! I really LOVE the fact that they throw in some new stuff! I also really LOVE the fact that they the brothers are still together! This is another one of those books that you can't put down from start to finish! You can't help but sit down for a few hours and read it from start to finish! It leaves you sitting on the edge of your chair, and the ending was NOT what I expected but I loved it! This is another book I could I LOVE the front picture! It makes me think about what could happen in this book! I really LOVE the fact that they throw in some new stuff! I also really LOVE the fact that they the brothers are still together! This is another one of those books that you can't put down from start to finish! You can't help but sit down for a few hours and read it from start to finish! It leaves you sitting on the edge of your chair, and the ending was NOT what I expected but I loved it! This is another book I could read more than once and again I have told a few people about it as you can't not read the second if you've read the first!!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kasey Cocoa

    My son finished this book and promptly requested the next. He says this book, the second in the series, is even better than the first. He likes how the experiences the characters have gone through still have an effect on them, just like in real life. We agree the writing is well done although to me parts seemed rushed and the book could use a bit of editing. Even so, the characters are appropriate for the audience and are well fleshed out with good development throughout the book. Overall this i My son finished this book and promptly requested the next. He says this book, the second in the series, is even better than the first. He likes how the experiences the characters have gone through still have an effect on them, just like in real life. We agree the writing is well done although to me parts seemed rushed and the book could use a bit of editing. Even so, the characters are appropriate for the audience and are well fleshed out with good development throughout the book. Overall this is a good addition to any library and provides a fun easy read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tina at Mommynificent

    This is Mommynificent's 10-year old daughter writing this review: "I like the fact that you find out some things before the characters do. I like how the narration shifts from what's happening to one person to what's happening to another throughout the story. I like the way that everyone was able to survive even when it was very hard. This book, like the first one, was a little too violent for me, and the relationships were a little too old for me, so I would recommend this book to older readers This is Mommynificent's 10-year old daughter writing this review: "I like the fact that you find out some things before the characters do. I like how the narration shifts from what's happening to one person to what's happening to another throughout the story. I like the way that everyone was able to survive even when it was very hard. This book, like the first one, was a little too violent for me, and the relationships were a little too old for me, so I would recommend this book to older readers than me, maybe 13 or older."

  19. 4 out of 5

    Donalisa Helsley

    Sinners, Survivors, and Saints is the 2nd book in the Boulton Quest Series and begins a few months after the 1st book, Brothers, Bullies, and Bad Guys left off. Michael, Chris, Katherine and Thomas, are the main characters of this book. Katherine is kidnapped and the brothers and their friend once again set of on an action packed adventure to save her. I have an issue with the paranormal twist the author stuck in the story. It didn’t seem to fit. This is definitely a read for 12 years and older d Sinners, Survivors, and Saints is the 2nd book in the Boulton Quest Series and begins a few months after the 1st book, Brothers, Bullies, and Bad Guys left off. Michael, Chris, Katherine and Thomas, are the main characters of this book. Katherine is kidnapped and the brothers and their friend once again set of on an action packed adventure to save her. I have an issue with the paranormal twist the author stuck in the story. It didn’t seem to fit. This is definitely a read for 12 years and older due to language and violence.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Linda Romer

    My Review: This second book in the Boulton Quest series was a continuum of book 1. I enjoyed the read. This story was centered around Katherine who was kidnapped by the bad guys. She had a horrible journey to get through. Once she got away, almost near death she was found and reunited with her brother, Michael and Chris. There is definitely alot more to this story. The way the book ended there must be more to come. All and all I liked this series and would recommend it for an exciting read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kay LaLone

    Michael seeks revenge. He wants Robert to pay for killing his mother. Robert has other plans that put Michael, Chris, Katherine, and Thomas in danger. Page turner. Great Adventure.

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