Teenager and ex-convict and possible terrorist, Charlie West is on the run, in book three of The HomeLanders Series by Andrew Klavan, and not remembering a whole lot from the past year. With a bit of help from a police officer who told him to find someone by the name of Watermen he escapes. Watermen, maybe his only hope to regain his memory, and find out who he truly is. Once he finds Watermen, the action just doesn't stop!
The youth based book, The Truth of the Matter, seems like a good book for those who like action adventure. It has a good message of perseverance that is intertwined within the pages of the book, along with the theme of patriotism and loyalty.
Although this book was action packed a fast paced, I found it easy to guess what would happen next, which took out the element of suspense for me because of this I found that I really didn’t have a desire to read it. I did try to keep in mind that this was a book geared toward a young male audience, which I’m not, with that said I think that it is worthy of suggesting this book to others such as teenage boys, or someone who likes action adventure books. With three sons of my own and one that likes stories of adventure, I know just whom I’m passing this book onto, Royce.
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