Terrol W. Jones
Baker Trittin Press (2007)
Reviewed by Mary Johnson (age 15) for Reader Views (11/08)
“Extreme Adventure” is a non-fiction book about the adventures of Terrol Jones as he travels all over the world spreading the words of Christ. As he travels to Katmandu, Nepal, and to Turkey, the author Terrol Jones writes about the people he meets along the way.
I think “Extreme Adventure” is a good book for anybody of all ages. It’s a non-fiction, easy read, a little confusing, and I think all would benefit from reading “Extreme Adventure.” Just pay a lot of attention to the storyline.
I didn’t like the way Terrol W. Jones wrote “Extreme Adventure.” He never stayed with the storyline- as a matter a fact I don’t think there was a storyline. He was constantly jumping around from subject to subject; it was like reading a book a kangaroo wrote. Also I think that there were a couple of editing issues i.e. Indian – either add an A or subtract the N.
Although “Extreme Adventure” is not one of my favorite books it wasn’t all that bad. I just wish that Terrol W. Jones would consider fixing the editing issues.