5.0 out of 5 stars Action packed
Very fun read, a fast moving story, action packed from cover to cover - being from Southern California, I liked that the story took place in familiar places - would recommend for readers of all ages
4.5 Perfect Stars!
Another triumph by Dennis Macaraeg.
Somewhere in San Diego involves marine biologist, Danny who has to somehow meet with his best friend Blake Mason so he can transfer some data. Blake's girlfriend has been kidnapped by some bad guys and for ransom both scientists have to turn that data over to them.
Funny situation is, that Danny and Blake has no clue as to why this data is so much important to the kidnappers. But there's the twist, another set of detectives and sharpshooters are following both of them so to interfere their meeting.
In this endeavor, there is only one person who can help them.
Danny is reluctant to ask for help.
Time is running out for Blake's girlfriend.
They have to act and act soon.
Will they be able to figure out the plans of their enemies? Can they save their loved ones or will they put more and more people in peril?
Somewhere in San Diego is one of the best entertaining book I read this year. The cover image is so so gorgeous, that you should get this book based on its nice-looking cover.
Dennis has sketched the characters very well. Their dilemma, attitude and sense of working according to the situation was fabulous.
Dennis knows exactly how and where to describe which situation. Like his previous work, Somewhere in the Shallow Sea, the series of events that occurred in this one also was gripping.
The book is a marvelous choice for a train ride.
My only quip is that it ended too soon! Not fair at all. I wanted to keep on reading.
One of the finest work by Dennis.