It’s always a little scary reading a book by someone you know – what if you don’t like it? In the case of The Marysburg Chronicles: Critical Mass, that worry was gone by the second page.
The thriller part of the story had me going almost to the end, the romance had me rooting for the leads to finally get together, and the science involved was plausible. The details of the Mankato and Madison areas were vivid. I could feel the humidity of summer, hear the endless prairie wind.
The title implies there may be further Chronicles – I really hope that’s the case.