Books I have authored.
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Saturday, October 24, 2009
Ring of Fire by P. D. Baccalario
A small hotel in Rome receives several unexpected guests. The children of the guests discover a commonality that bonds them together. The four children face adversity with courage and ingenuity and working at a millennium old secret.
This was a very entertaining book. I enjoyed the interaction of the teens and felt that it was realistic. The intricacy of the plot provided thought provoking action. The millennium old secret tantalizes with it’s obscurity. The kids are not painted as infallible which reinforces the authenticity of the story.
This is the beginning of a series and should be enough to captivate the readers to buy and read the remainder of the series.
I recommend the book.
Body of work of P. D. Baccalario