Review: Daufuskie Island by John Lueder


Publisher: Mountain Arbor Press

Publishing Date:  June 2016

ISBN: 9781631830334

Genre: SciFi

Rating: 3.8/5

Publishers Description: In this supernatural adventure, Evan and Caris St. John own a beach house on isolated Daufuskie Island off the South Carolina coast. After a hurricane strikes the island, Caris and their three children, Katie, Abby, and Will, discover a mysterious treasure chest in its wake.

Review: “Here’s the story, of a man named Evan, who was bringing up three very spoiled brats….all of them had hair of gold, like their mother…”  Swiss Family time travelers? Gilligan Daufuskie Isle? The Island of Evan Moreau?  It’s fun to be an ass, but in all fairness this was a fun read. The character development failed in areas where you found that you didn’t care if bad things happened to the family. More of a suspense generated novel without the emotive spirit. The too-ing and fro-ing in time coupled with major historical events was inventive and captured the imagination.

4 thoughts on “Review: Daufuskie Island by John Lueder

  1. Where do you find all this suggestive titles? I swear I read Dafuksie Island. Maybe it’s just all in my head.

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