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"A smoothly executed story that never puts a foot wrong..."

Native American Action Adventure Reviews

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  • ASIN: ‎ B089VTNSCQ
  • Publication date: ‎ June 8, 2020
  • Language: ‎ English
  • Print length: ‎ 150 pages
  • Genre: Native American Action Adventure

The BookViral Review:

Deceptively ballsy in its earnestness, don’t let the age of Davis’ characters fool you into thinking Dying Breed is going to be nothing more than a low-key homage to old age with ignorance of technology thrown in as an expected theme.

Delivered at Davis’ usual relaxed pace with bursts of well-timed intensity, it’s a highly enjoyable read from start to finish and it’s a meditation, as affecting as it is entertaining, on the limits of violence and the power of empathy. And for readers who come looking for a read that’s heavy with ideas about family and justice, Dying Breed will certainly not disappoint.

On this level, Davis makes a compelling argument that change is always possible and that the path we’re on is never as narrow as the highway makes it look. It’s funny, laid-back, underpinned by a seemingly effortless narrative and Davis’ terrific dialogue is the sort that separates authors who are run-of-the-mill from those who have earned the right to be identified as such.

Readers already drawn to Davis’ Medford Haley series will know it’s the strengths and foibles of human beings that Davis excels in writing about and ‘Shaper’ Medford Haley is one of the most vividly etched characters you will come across in fiction.

Checking all the right narrative boxes for its target audience Dying Bred dabbles in the dramatic ironies of violence, change and ageing and succeeds in eliciting both empathy and intrigue as Davis introduces us to his cast of characters. An eclectic mix that generates as much energy and drama as you’ll find in any action thriller featuring a younger array of characters and all mixed with a good smattering of self-deprecating humour.

A smoothly executed story that never puts a foot wrong Dying Breed is a superb addition to Davis’ Medford Haley series and is unreservedly recommended!

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