“Army chaplain Jaime Richards once again balances faith with action-oriented purpose in this sequel to Chasing Eden, which picks up three years after the previous title left off. ...Linnea keeps the pressure on and the events racing. She does nail-biting extremely well.”
“This exciting sequel packs plenty of global action in a short time frame yet contains an interesting societal issue... The story line is fast-paced while the heroine is a likeable protagonist who struggles with the questions of her faith when she returns to the mortal realm of pain and suffering while immortality is a Garden away. S.L. Linnea provides a deep thought provoking thriller.”
"I was in a very down place...work and personal events taking a hold of me from the Dark side. This book, the way it addressed life and death and higher powers, was just what I needed to hear. 'Be slow to anger'. One person's death can have a positive effect on many lives. ...Our purpose here is to live. This book brought me back into the Light."
“...an utterly amazing debut novel. The blistering pace set by this incredible book barely allows you time to breathe as it races through two days in April 2003. This is a book you will not soon forget.”
“The story line is action-packed and Jaime is a terrific dedicated heroine.—S.L. Linnea creates an exhilarating tale that uses the early days of the second Iraq war as cover for a unique good vs. evil battle.”
“Linnéa and Sherer do a masterful job of keeping the action and surprises coming. The settings are accurate and vivid, and the characters and story lines believeable. Chasing Eden is a top notch thriller on all counts.” TO READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW, CLICK HERE
“Chaplain (Maj.) Jaime Richards makes a promising debut as a savvy-but-nurturing minister to American troops during the early days of Operation Iraqi Freedom.”
“This novel grabs the reader and races along at break-neck speed.—Another thrilling fiction focused around ancient cultures.”
“Unique, provocative, and engrossing…hours of gripping reading.”
“Reads like the best of Robert Ludlum, with the realistic military flavor of W.E.B. Griffin, and the adventure of Clive Cussler—this book is impossible to put down.”
“Chasing Eden is an intelligent, exciting novel with a tremendously strong feeling of authenticity. The edgy, scary atmosphere comes over vividly—definitely a sweaty palms read. It is totally original and the ending completely unexpected. I loved it.”
“A roller-coaster adventure…reads like a cross between Jarhead and Raiders of the Lost Ark."