Review of “No Unturned Stone” by David James Warren

“No Unturned Stone” is book two of six in the “The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone” series. This is definitely one of those series that needs to be read in order because each book picks up where the previous book left off. In this book, the story picks back up with Rembrandt trying to figure out what happened to the life he had before. What he originally thought was only a dream, he is slowly realizing was very real. If you thought the first book had a lot of action, then you have not seen anything yet. The second book has even more action I feel like. Also, I will not give anything away but I will say that the ending of this one will knock your socks off and leave you anxiously awaiting book three. I was not sure how I was going to like the books being written in first person but I have really enjoyed Rembrandt as the narrator of his own story. It just adds something to it that makes it even better than it would have been if written in third person.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in order to give an honest review.