The Juke by Ted Persinger
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
First off if you have not read book one don't worry book two is not confusing without knowledge of book one. The book starts off with Joseph in prison and being told he is getting a visitor after a search he meets his visitor and it triggers a flash back moment in the book. I personally found the flashback to be a little confusing because there was no context to tell the reader the importance of the flash back. However as the flash back continued it made more and more sense. I was learning about what put Frank Joseph in prison in the first place. As his story cam untold I felt truly awful for him. I kept waiting fore that moment when everything would be put right, but it did not come. Instead more and more bad things kept happening to him. In fact it was rather depressing the amount of bad things that kept happening.
The book was well written and every plot point fit together perfectly. The author truly had a way with words and I enjoyed how he strung the scenes together.
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