Reviews for Under Low Skies

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Jane V. Blanchard on November 7, 2013

Under Low Skies by Ed Teja is a delightful read. Mr. Teja weaves a good tale, in a delightful Caribbean setting, with several well-developed characters, such as Martin Billings, Victoria, and Ugly Bill. On the other hand, I found that Martin’s brother, Tim; the policeman,Wilfredo; and Martin’s girlfriend, Maggie to be too sketchy and convenient–fillers to keep the plot going. In spite of this, I enjoyed reading the book. The plot is full of adventure, mishaps, and twists that left me wondering who is the killer.

What I particularly liked were the details of the landscape, the boating and nautical references, and the unexpected happenings when nothing goes as planned. Under Low Skies is a suspenseful, light read that I highly recommend.


5.0 out of 5 stars Locked Up Abroad July 26, 2013
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One of the scariest things an American can think of is being locked up in another country.

This book is a classic example of “what can go wrong, will go wrong”.
The characters and the storyline draw you in from the very beginning and it is almost impossible to put it down until the end. Definitely keeps you in suspense and guessing about who is the one behind all the madness until the very end.

I have a *book hangover* now that it’s over.

 5.0 out of 5 stars A thoroughly enjoyable read May 27, 2013

This is a fun read with interesting characters and setting. Descriptively vivid with a compelling/intriguing but not-overly-complicated plot, it makes for a one of the more enjoyable books I’ve read in a while. Definitely recommended.

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