“I have a 10 year old son who is an avid reader!! He loves books, (but he’s picky too) he loved Harry Potter and Percy Jackson. He was so excited to read the 2nd book in this series! When I presented him the first book he was not sure he would like it but changed his mind quickly, then when I heard about the 2nd book being released he almost jumped out of his chair! (no exaggeration) He is anxiously awaiting the 3rd book! I would say that any child who enjoys fantasy/adventure books should read this series! It is a well written page turner! It’s a fun story that adults can even enjoy the storyline without getting bored! According to my son, ‘every kid should read this series’. ” ~ 5-Star review from SavyGreenSaver, Amazon “I loved this book, even as an adult reading it. I was completely sucked into the plot and was constantly finding myself staying up “just a little longer” to read one more chapter. Different twists and turns in the book have you constantly guessing who is behind what and who Zak and Zoe can trust. I could definitely see myself being involved in this series as a middle schooler considering how much I enjoyed it even now. Another thing I liked about it is if you missed the first book, you could still follow along with this one and not be lost.” ~ 5-Star review from Staci, Amazon “Lars Guignard has done a fabulous job with this series. I loved the `Ghost Leopard’ & love this one even more. For late-elementary to middle school age readers, you can’t beat this series. It’s fun and fast-paced. Even my picky fifth grader enjoyed every page. There are bits of magic thrown in keep the action exciting. Mr. Guignard has a brilliant imagination & readers are blessed that he’s chosen to use it for YA fiction. If you’ve yet to read the first installment in this series, do yourself a favor and read these books back to back. Don’t limit it just to kids! Adults will have a blast reading these too!” ~ 5-Star review from Liz Terek, Amazon
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“WARNING!!! It's the best!”

I hope that Lars Guignard! Makes more to come! I think that it is the best for other kids that love fantasy book's !! Hope you love it too!!

“Great Book for Tweens”

My 10 year old grand daughter loved this book. She could hardly put it down. She hopes it turns into a series.

“Read this!”

I thought it was very interesting and also very funny. Me and my brother both really enjoyed it. Compared to other books I've read, it had way more details and I liked how it was in India because I've never been there. The yogi way was cool. I will read it a second time for sure.

“An Exciting Adventure!”

I would highly recommend this fast-paced page turner for all kids who like stories that feature magic, mystery, and adventure in an exotic location. Guignard's vivid descriptions of India -- both the chaotic city scenes and the trip through the majestic Himalayas -- bring the beauty of the country alive to young readers. His main characters, Zoe and Zac, are appealing and well drawn. It's fun to watch this pair of unlikely allies form a friendship as they race against time to rescue a supernatural creature from a villain out of ancient Indian mythology -- and discover their own hidden potential in the process.



600pxw_300dpiSmallInsideBlownCircuit_ebook_AresDone. I’m finally finished writing Blown Circuit, the sequel to Lethal Circuit. Firstly, I’d like to thank all you readers out there who made Lethal Circuit such a success. Without you guys I would never have made it through writing the second book in the Michael Chase series. Your encouragement was invaluable. I guess what I’m saying is, the journey from idea to completion is a long road and a little feedback along the way really helps.

I’m not one of these guys whose fingers bleed caramel-coated genius. I need to work at it, and well, writing a book is like a relationship — the first part is all discovery and excitement, then somewhere along the line it requires effort. And then it turns into really hard work — relatively speaking of course, I’m not trying to make out that writing is like coal mining or roofing or something. You get to to sit inside, you’re warm, you can drink coffee, but it does take awhile. The good part is, that like any kind of work, once you’re done, you may be exhausted, but at least you have something that you can be proud of.

So now that it’s done, I’m going to take a long nap. But before I do that, here’s the story. Blown Circuit picks up where Lethal Circuit left off. Michael Chase has survived China. But now he has bigger problems. A pair of coordinates broadcast on an obscure frequency have brought him  to Istanbul, Turkey where credible chatter has emerged that a terrorist group plans to use a devastating device to hold the world hostage.

Designed by Nikola Tesla, arguably the greatest inventor of the Twentieth Century, the device is experimental, it’s capable, and its been missing for almost sixty years.

That’s the set up. The fun begins when things start to go wrong. And they start to go wrong right away. Blown Circuit starts with a bang. Literally. So check it out. If you were fan of Lethal Circuit, I guarantee you’ll like Michael Chase’s next adventure.

I spent six weeks in Turkey getting the atmosphere just right. It’s a cool country, steeped in history, and just the right kind of place to set a fast-paced, action-packed spy thriller. Trust me, there is some awesome stuff in that country. But don’t take my word for it, grab Blown Circuit at Amazon and check it out for yourself. If you like it, please post a review on Amazon. I’m dying to know what you think.

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