A Riveting Tropical Adventure

4.5 out of 5 stars

Faceless by A.J. Stewart, Nick Sullivan, Chris Niles, and Nicholas Harvey is yet another enthralling addition to the tropical adventure series. One of my favorite parts is that they are a series of standalone stories that offer an intriguing blend of suspense and intrigue. One of the series’ most distinctive features, evident once again in Faceless, is its accessibility to newcomers, allowing readers to dive into any book and enjoy a cohesive and captivating storyline.

What sets Faceless apart is its skillful integration of characters from each featured author’s individual stories and series. Since I’m already acquainted with the stories and characters from Nicholas Harvey and Nick Sullivan, the pleasure of encountering their beloved characters in a fresh context is undeniable. It’s weird feeling like you “know” these characters – so seeing them pop up in a new environment is always a treat.

The story unfolds as a spellbinding tale filled with mystery and suspense, which has become a hallmark of this series (and these authors). They have masterfully crafted a story that keeps readers guessing, blurring the lines between red herrings and actual plot points. The joy of unraveling the truth in these stories is an experience I always savor, and Faceless delivers this thrill in spades.

At its core, Faceless is an excellent story centered around a shadowy “ghost” character who operates in the background, orchestrating a series of events with a shroud of secrecy (avoiding spoilers for potential readers). This enigmatic character’s presence lends an air of unpredictability and tension to the narrative, making it impossible to put the book down. It feels like they spend a lot of time being one to two steps behind.

As with previous entries in the series, Faceless whisks readers away to a tropical paradise brimming with danger, mystery, and the allure of discovery. The vivid descriptions of the exotic locales immerse readers in the surroundings, evoking the sensation of sandy beaches and salty sea breezes.

Overall, Faceless by A.J. Stewart, Nick Sullivan, Chris Niles, and Nicholas Harvey is a standout addition to the tropical adventure series. Its seamless fusion of characters from diverse authors, combined with its intriguing blend of suspense and mystery, makes it a must-read for both series enthusiasts and newcomers. If you’re in search of a thrilling and immersive tropical adventure, Faceless should be at the top of your reading list. It underscores the authors’ storytelling prowess and their ability to craft captivating narratives that leave readers eagerly anticipating the next installment.

Book Description:

Deek Morrison is on the trail of a terrorist. Maybe.

His boss reluctantly agrees to send him on a business trip, with the understanding Deek leaves his conspiracy theories in his Washington, D.C. government cubicle.

But Deek is obsessed with a myth, a legend, a ghost. A character who operates in the shadows and facilitates operations for those with deep enough pockets to pay an exorbitant fee. Şeytan Taciri is a faceless, unseen demon…or a figment of Deek’s overactive imagination.

Leaving the security of the D.C. bubble on a hunch, thin logic, and an unreliable credit card, Deek is convinced Şeytan Taciri is very real and planning an attack at a luxury boat show in Florida.

As his pursuit spirals out of control, Deek must rely on a series of strangers across the Caribbean to track down a terrorist who may not exist, and stop an attack which no other agency believes is happening.

Faceless brings the characters of four best-selling Tropical Authors together in a new and exciting thriller pumped full of action in exotic Caribbean locations.

by A.J. Stewart, Nick Sullivan, Chris Niles, Nicholas Harvey
Narrator: Kim Bretton
Length: 8 hrs and 15 mins
Series: Tropical Adventure #5
Genres: Mystery
Format: Audiobook
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Also by this author: Zombie Bigfoot (Creature Quest Series Book 1), Deep Shadow, Deep Cut, Deep Roots, Shameless, Angels of the Deep, Graceless, Deadly Sommer, Solomon's Well
Also in this series: Timeless

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