by Scott Bell
Yeager’s Law is a pretty fast paced thriller with a lot of action. The two main characters, Abel and Charlie are easy to like and I really enjoyed their parts. They feel like real people and throughout the story the author reveals new things about them, making them increasingly interesting. I also love the fact that the characters in this story have flaws and things they’re dealing with besides all that goes on plot-wise. This makes them feel genuine.
The story is well written with just enough detail to give the reader a good sense of the setting and the action. The first chapter is very interesting and hooked me in, but they I found that the story sort of halted a bit for few chapters before finally taking off again. The thing I felt added to the “slowing down part” was all the different POVs that this book had. There were so many bad guys, different gangs and so much stuff going on there that it became too much for me. It was hard to keep focus at times and I kept longing for the parts where Abel and Charlie would return. I would have wanted more of them and less of the rest.
Another thing I feel like I need to address is the fact that the editing could have been a lot better. There were words missing on several occasions and also sentences where the words came in the wrong order. This did at times make it hard to understand and I had to go back and read some sentences multiple times.
I did enjoy this story and gave it 3.5 of 5 stars on Goodreads, and of course I rounded that up to a full 4 stars.
You can get it at Amazon