Tuesday, July 28, 2015

a true life sequel.

A solid two years ago I reviewed the popular true-life adventure, The Boy Who Said No (you can find it, here) and today I am pleased to review it's sequel, Stalked: The Boy Who Said No by Patti Sheehy who in more of a novel form, picks up where she left off after Frank Mederos officially escapes Fidel Castro's Cuba and lands in Florida  where the struggles continue. It was definitely interesting to me, as an American, to read about Frank learning our customs for the first time, but not the most interesting with the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Bay of Pigs also going on during that time. And like the first book, there was a lot of suspense and a lot of intrigue, AND my favorites, romance and espionage. All the makings of an amazing read.

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