|Title||:||ocean floors from the tales of dan coast dan coast 2|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||398 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
ocean floors from the tales of dan coast dan coast 2 Reviews
Reads fast and I enjoyed the dialogue between the friends. Worth the read and I will continue the series.
Realistic characters, humor, suspenseRead from cover to cover in two sittings. Characters become realistic and you feel as if you know them. Lots of twists, clues and action.
GoodOn par with the first one. Good humor, action and mystery. A quick and fun read and good for the night.
My friend Rodney Riesel has two books currently selling well at Amazon. They both feature Dan Coast, and are set in Key West. So if you enjoy Key West mystery/thrillers these are for you. Like myself, Rod writes in a straight-forward, terse style. By that I mean he gets to the point without a lot of flowery language or lengthy scene and character description. He lets the story speak for itself. Both books are pretty quick, light-hearted reads. They are perfect for the beach, or maybe on a cold northern winter’s night. Dan Coast is a cool character in a long line of Key West cool characters.
A Pleasure to ReadI really enjoyed latest tale by Mr. Diesel, and especially the way it is told. His ingeniously basic and folksy style with its endearingly minute detailing of common acts have a way of getting one delightfully immersed in the story. Also, his worldly characters, none of which take themselves too seriously, adds to the leisure and pleasure of the reading experience. All in all, a nice little tale with a the essential ingredient of being well told.
A nice light beach read. Dan Coast gets himself in and out of some new jams while taking the reader on a trip to the Florida keys. If you’ve read the first book in the Dan Coast series this one will be along the same lines. The story is well written and interesting and the characters, while flawed, are down to earth and relatable. I can’t wait for the next installment just in time for the holiday season!
Ocean floorsAnother good story from a series of mystery and thriller but just not as serious as a lot of authors might try to make it. I don't believe the volume of drinking the hero goes through and still functions, but it fits with the macho image being portrayed. Fun read for r.
Good readEntertaining book, characters are likable. Story moved at a good pace, but it requires the reader to pay attention. Would be nice to have the same characters in a new adventure.