Advance Book Review: Disaster At Havendale by Richard E Davis

A pre-emptive high school student, suspects that a huge storm is headed to his city, Havendale, but the national weather office does not pick up on his warnings in time. Along with his high school science teacher he tries to save as many lives as he can when disaster hits, but he seems to be relying on more than a sixth sense about weather to ensure as many survivors as possible.

This disaster thriller had aspects of the paranormal and a moderate dose of technology to keep readers on the edge of their seats as protagonist teenager Dick Travis uses his intuition to save them. The Book starts off telling us about the tragic loss of Travis’ parents from a tornado many years ago and you form an idea of his friends and support network, but there just seems to be something off about this teenager; he’s very bright and perfect, almost too perfect, which makes him less likeable.

The disaster itself is well-written and easy to visualise giving many pages of suspense as the survivors make their way to rescue.

Overall a good short thriller. This book will available to read for free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers after its release on 9th November 2015, it is available for pre-order from Amazon now.

Links to Book:
Amazon UK
Amazon US


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