8 May 2012
Book Review: Rainbow's End by Valerie Comer, Annalisa Daughety, Nicole O'Dell, Cara C Putman
Join a geocaching adventure in the spectacular Lake of the Ozarks wilderness, with Lyssa, the enthusiastic volunteer who can't see past her own plans; Madison, a city girl paired with an outdoorsy guy who gets on her very last nerve; Hadley, who doesn't know enough about guys to realize she's met a womanizer; and cautious Reagan, who meets an equally cautious guy. Will they find the treasure they're looking for … or something else entirely?
Thanks to Netgalley for my review copy.
I heard about this book from the Rainbow's End launch party on twitter. The more I heard the more I wanted to read this book. It is a novella written by 4 authors each writing there own story. The story is set in the Lake of the Ozarks wilderness where a geocaching event has been organised for the summer. I love the idea of geocaching and the book makes me want to try it at some stage. Each story takes place in this time frame and each is different in there own way. They fit well together. The book also features Valerie Comer's debut story and it leads of the book and is a strong story.
I love Barbour's novella's and also love the novella's that are linked. Dealing with a past time that is
becoming more popular also adds to the read. Good read.