Perfectly Imperfect

June 19, 2016

by Tom Hoefner

The first two books in this series introduced us to the McCloud family and in a very fun way they author told the story of young Cookie and uncle Race. They have been on the search for missing members of the McCloud family and this third installment picks up right where the second one left us (with yet another cliffhanger). This time the team is focusing on finding the reason behind the mysterious disappearances.

Cookie and Race make up a fun team and together with vigilante/superhero The Green Suit Jacket Man (don’t you just love that name), they are making this read very much enjoyable. This third book was full of interesting twists and a lot of fun comments from the author.

The ending was also very enjoyable and for a series with lots of cliffhangers, I was pleased to see the story being wrapped up nicely in the end, but without taking away the possibility for future stories.

The author has yet again done a great job and I really enjoyed reading this novel. It’s light and fun and filled with action. I highly recommend this for anyone who’s up for some quick and easy reading with lots of humor and action.

You do have to be aware of the fact that none of these three volumes are complete without the others and just reading one of them wouldn’t really work. You need all three to fully enjoy the story and get a proper beginning and end. I do however know that the author now has released a complete set of these three volumes (which also includes a brand new volume 4), so unless you’ve already read one or two of the previous volumes, I’d really recommend getting that. You can find the whole set at Amazon.

You can get your own copy of the 4th volume at Amazon.


Wrap Up

Perfectly Imperfect

  • 6.5/10
  • 6.5/10
  • 6/10
  • 6/10
  • 6.5/10


  • Great writing
  • Good plot
  • Lots of humor
  • Easy to read


  • Not a complete story

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