Six Months of Chaos!

Exactly six months ago, I published Chaos, an action/adventure novel along the lines of Indiana Jones or books written by Clive Cussler, James Rollins, Douglas Preston, or Steve Berry. It deals with all the things we love here at Guerrilla Explorer…forgotten history…stolen treasure…strange science…and the “lost world” of tunnels under New York City. So far, I’ve been thrilled with the reception, both in terms of customer feedback as well as the nothing short of phenomenal sales Chaos has enjoyed across the globe. For those of you who’ve been asking, a sequel is coming soon…very soon!

Chaos by David Meyer

Megalith’s Review of Chaos

With that in mind, I just wanted to thank Megalith for their recent excellent review of Chaos. Megalith is the go-to site for action / adventure novels so this particular review means quite a bit to me. Here’s a taste…

Chaos is the debut action-adventure novel from author David Meyer. The story follows the exploits of Cyclone “Cy” Reed, an archaeologist running from his past. Reed is hired to solve a mystery but he gets much more than he bargained for.

Chaos has all the elements of a top-notch adventure story. Cy is an engaging hero who finds his way in and out of lots of perilous situations. Meyer paints an interesting back-story of lost Nazi gold and Die Glocke, a doomsday weapon sought by a powerful villain. By setting the action in tunnels beneath Manhattan, Meyer has chosen a locale that might not be the norm for action-adventure, but is remote and “wild” in its own way, and he populates it not only with human threats, but dangerous creatures as well. The plot moves at a steady pace and gains momentum leading to an action-packed conclusion. Also, the book is written in first person, which I don’t normally read, but I found I enjoyed…

Please read the rest here. And thanks Megalith! For those of you who haven’t had a chance to read it yet, please consider picking up your copy of Chaostoday at one of the following locations:

Kindle * Nook * Kobo * iBooks * Smashwords * Paperback

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