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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The author story is well written but his efforts draw readers into buying more of the sequel leaves me with the feeling that the"good" characters lack the intelligence to out maneuver him and bring him down. I site Patrick and his son Alex whom the author has developed into a intense military personalities but lacking the intelligence or desire to protect themselves from Georges actions to wrest away their shares in family enterprises. This shows lack of realistic attitudes and character.
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It becomes tiresome and distasteful as a reader to have the author develope plots and events that continue to advance the greed and unethical plans of the evil George. No matter how well the"good guys" try they lose out to George; suffer war injuries, cheated out of their inheritances, killed by crooked police, etc. Author could develop content that at least shows that the "good guys" are not dim witted and are able to deal with evil not having to suffer to the deathes, injuries, and multitude of misfortunes. Evil George whom is also under the curse has not been affected by it at all?
Something a good writer would not allow to transpire obviously another miscue by this author that does relate well. Again the author's clumsy attempt to have you buy another seauel! I have bought read all 11 books of this Frontier series in a matter of three weeks. Peter Watt is a master.
To Ride The Wind (Frontier, #6) by Peter Watt
Somewhere he is mentioned as being a homegrown Australian Wilbur Smith. He IS the first and only Peter Watt! An excellent writer, master storyteller with gripping well researched content married to the saga of the Duffy and Macintosh families over the course of a century. This one was right at the top in the series.
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Pete's books are such page turners and has everything I like about a book They don't seem to have found the interest in the US, and all I can say about that is avid readers are missing a wonderful opportunity. However, I am very upset that Amazon doesn't have the next book in the series, and I'm still on a quest to find it without spending an exorbitant amount of money.
I have read the complete series. All books makes good, entertaining and catching reading even if throughout the generations the profile of some of the characters tends to repeat itself and the situations, even in different times and geographical settings, are also somewhat repetitive. Learned more about the great war than I had known. Completely different perspective seeing war thru the eyes of young me who are there.
Nimber 6 of 7, so far. Hard to review, I feel like I'm repeating myself, having read and reviewed all the others. You be the judge, intrigue, murder, deception, romance, historic, hard to put down. Scottish and Irish pioneering families in outback Australia feuding, falling in love, going to war. It has it all yet again. One person found this helpful. I have already downloaded the next book I have already downloaded the next book in the series.
See all 36 reviews. Most recent customer reviews. From the deserts of the Middle East to the trenches of Europe, the hand of death is always present. But even those left behind are not safe, for the most dangerous of enemies is not the Germans or the Turks, but someone much closer to home To Ride the Wind continues the story begun in To Touch the Clouds, following Peter Watt's much loved characters as they fight to survive one of the most devastating conflicts in history — and each other.
Author Information Peter Watt has spent time as a soldier, articled clerk, prawn trawler deckhand, builder's labourer, pipe layer, real estate salesman, private investigator, police sergeant and advisor to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary. He speaks, reads and writes Vietnamese and Pidgin. Fishing and the vast open spaces of outback Queensland are his main interests in life. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about To Ride The Wind , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Dec 24, Jacinta Hoare rated it it was ok Shelves: I started reading this book without realising that it was the second in a series so it was always going to suffer from "second book in a series syndrome" where the character development happens in book one and the conclusion happens in book three so book two is merely a plod through the tale. Therefore I will try to review this book with this in mind.
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The author has created a fascinating group of characters and I was disappointed that the writing was not really up to conveying the richness of the I started reading this book without realising that it was the second in a series so it was always going to suffer from "second book in a series syndrome" where the character development happens in book one and the conclusion happens in book three so book two is merely a plod through the tale.
The author has created a fascinating group of characters and I was disappointed that the writing was not really up to conveying the richness of the characters lives. Some of the story is set in the European battlefields of WWI and, for mine, the author was able to apply better writing skills in taking the reader to the muddy trenches and battle lines. Unfortunately, too often I was struck with the improbability of certain lines of dialogue or a particular scenario that was either contrived or just silly.
I would like to read more of the ongoing tale of the characters of the book but when faced with the prospect of more of the same I feel that following on to read more by this author is a low priority. May 14, Adrian Guretti rated it liked it. Peter Watt's research and storytelling is first class. And it's great to get some Aussie characters. I'm still fairly new to the Macintosh and Duffy world but I can't wait for "Beyond the Horizon" The characters cross a vast array of social and moral backgrounds although some things happen a touch too conveniently, but it leads to a faster paced novel so who's really complaining?
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