Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Anasazi (ARC) by Emma Michaels

About the book

One year ago, something happened to David. Following the only clue he had he headed out into the desert. Now he has asked me to come see him. But when I arrived, he was gone. The people in town claim they have never heard of him and everyone wants me to leave.

But I know he was here and he is in trouble.
He can't survive out there for long.

Can he?

David. I will find you.

About the Author

Emma Michaels, author of The Thirteenth Chime and Anasaszi, lives in Washington State and writes with the support of her fiancé and Chihuahua. Her fiancé is her sounding board for ideas and research and she knows she is writing something wonderful when her Chihuahua, who likes to sit on her shoulders and stare at the screen, moves her head from side to side as though reading. She wants to make the New York Times Best Sellers list in her lifetime and wants to show that there is no stopping someone who truly puts their heart and soul into what they do. 
Emma Michaels began book blogging in 2009 ( released her debut novel in 2010 (The Thirteenth Chime) with the sequel in 2011 (Anasazi). 

My Thoughts
When I first began reading Anasazi I was a little skeptic about how it would tie with the Thirteenth Chime. After reading the book I realized that it did but it didn't really need to the way I expected it to. Also, I think it could be read an followed without having to read Thirteenth Chime. Now, I'm not one to start a series in the middle of the series, but it was an observation.

Anasazi began with Megan going to the desert in an old Native American town to find David. Once she gets there she learns that David is nowhere to be found and something seems out of sorts. Megan decides she is going to find David whether it kills her; and that it almost did. 

I must say that I found Anasazi to be written with a lot of very interesting details about the Hopi, Anasazi and Navajo tribes that it kept my interest throughout the book. There was also enough suspense and strangeness of the townspeople that kept my interest in the story peaked.

I found the book to be an easy read. As a matter of fact, I finished it in one day. I'm hoping that the third book will reveal what and who David really is.


DISCLAIMER: I was in no way compensated to review this book. These are my opinions of a book in which I purchased on my own.

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