Roving reporter and self-proclaimed adventurer Henry Wolfe has a knack for discovering things---especially trouble! When a wealthy young man disappears while seeking a fabled Venezuelan city, Henry is hired to find him. No white man of the 1920s has ever returned. Does a place hold the key to eternal life . . . or a person? 305 pages, softcover from Moody.
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Review 1 for Out of the Devil's Mouth
Well written, but anticlimactic
Date:December 27, 2010
Location:Jefferson City, Missouri
Trasher is obviously a gifted writer and there was both a great deal of action to hold your attention and good character development. Additionally, the events of the narrative were woven together well. However, in the end, it was as if the author tired of writing and was unsure how to end the tale. I was left feeling a lack of closure and that the author had a lack of commitment to the story. This perspective is supported by Travis' comments at the end of the book in which he notes that he was unsure whether to write another book in this series. If he does, I would buy it, because overall the book was entertaining, but not life changing.