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A BookViral Review Of Wake Of The Sadico By Jo Sparkes

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SUMMARY: On a Caribbean dive vacation, five friends discover a centuries old shipwreck – and a karmic debt past due.

Wall Eddington has always done the correct thing. It’s part of being British, part of family tradition. Yet somehow someone drowned.

The BookViral Review: 

An enthralling supernatural tale that rapidly builds momentum, Wake Of The Sadico delivers a persuasive sense of adventure and a clever plot with Sparkes sure not to sacrifice pace for surplus detail. Fans of her Sword & Sorcery Fantasy series, The Legend of the Gamesmen will rightly expect vivid locations and merciless villains along with nail-biting escapades and needless to say she doesn’t disappoint. A multi-award-winning author who constructs vibrantly complete fictional personas she may have created her best yet but more importantly, she makes us care about them. With Wall, Jon, Jill, Melanie and Mike caught in a web of mystery that links the modern-day tropics to ghostly apparitions from Cartagena 1648 the pages all but turn themselves. Seizing our attention as the plot thickens and the suspense continues to mount to only release us after the last full stop. Underpinned by an acerbic narrative and plenty of local colour the camaraderie is superb. As is Sparkes technical attention to detail when it comes to diving.

A welcome addition to the growing number of novels from Sparkes, Wake Of The Sadico proves a must read and highly is recommended. 

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