Top positive review
Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2020
This book has made a completely worthless human of me today as I have parked my rear on the recliner end of a sofa and done nothing but read and eat since I woke up this morning. In the midst of this pandemic, I needed an escape, and Stone Cross provided it. I finished Open Carry yesterday, having picked it up because I enjoyed Cameron’s latest Clancy novel Code of Honor so much, and I rolled right into the second in the Arliss Cutter series today. It was even better than the first. Cameron did his usual great job of taking me to unusual locales and making me feel like I was there. Not only does he do this with beautiful descriptions of the terrain but also by providing a deep look into the culture of an area. Too, he fleshed out characters I had already grown to love in the first novel and provided background that made me love them more. These characters are not for the faint of heart, though, but for people who realize the world isn’t all rainbows, sunshine, and clear cut answers, and I like that. Now I’ll sit back and anxiously anticipate the next in the series...