Boone and Jacque: The Brothers' Odyssey by A.G. Flitcher is the second entry in the series and in this installment, Boone, Jacque, and Sammy discover they are castaways in a wasteland where King Reeve’s powerful grip is felt everywhere. They must journey back home and they face one other challenge — fine Flint. They have many challenges, including unforeseen enemies, unknown and inclement terrain, and other dangers that lurk on the way. Will they be able to locate Flint and safely make their way back home? But what becomes of the home they once knew is the most unnerving of the painful experiences they have been through.
Again, A.G. Flitcher exhibits great storytelling skills, creating a tale that is captivating and a world that is well-imagined and intelligently executed for adventure. Fans of urban fantasy will love the world-building and the characters they encounter in this spellbinding tale. This author’s imagination is effusive and the place of imagery in his work is as engrossing as the plot twists and the rich characterization, making this entry a rewarding outing from different angles. The prose is elegant and the dialogues sparkle from one engaging to the next spellbinding page. The unpredictability in the plot keeps the readers turning the pages as no one can tell what happens next. The character arc is ingeniously accomplished and readers can enjoy the growth in these characters as the bond between them deepens and as they go from one challenging situation to the next, seeking answers and a way back home. You’ll love the adventure, the music in the writing, and the realism infused into the characters in this engaging urban fantasy tale.