Review: Chasers

Chasers by [Vivian, H. W.]

 

Synopsis:

In the small town of Winston, Colorado, Shelby, Gary, and May are born with a “condition” that prevents them from walking on the bare earth. Many years later, May runs away from home, and it is up to Shelby and Gary to find her. They encounter many horrors along the way, and must find a way to cure themselves of the “condition” before it’s too late.

Rating: 5 stars

Review:

The Chasers novel by H.W. Vivian is an engaging young adult novel that will instantly take readers on an adventure. Inside readers will find a small-town with three children. Each of them born with a unique stone. An emerald. Besides that, the three are connected in a way that makes them even more special. One adventure after another happens in this exciting tale. H.W. Vivian brings together a plot that moves by quickly and intrigues readers’ minds. Once readers open up the book, it will be difficult to close it. Page after page the events spiral like a movie sending readers further into the story. I loved the journey that was presented. It was both a physical and emotional one. The mystery of who and what the Chasers are will keep readers hooked. The characters, Gary, Mary, and Shelby were realistically created in a way that is believable. Their journeys are filled with suspense, danger, and obstacles that they must overcome if they want to succeed. Overall, Chasers is a brilliantly well-written novel and one that I highly recommend to all.

 

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