A Treacherous Wind Blows Foul is the second book in Scott W. Cook’s Catherine Cook Sea Adventure series. Set in the age of sail, it tells the story of a young girl who must navigate her way through danger and treachery to save her father and find her true identity. With fast-paced action and compelling characters, A Treacherous Wind Blows Foul is an exciting read for fans of maritime fiction.
For who is this book for ?
- The action is non-stop and the characters are compelling
- It’s a great read for fans of maritime fiction
- The plot is well crafted and kept my attention
- The author spends too much time on backstory and not enough action.
- The ending is predictable and anticlimactic.
- Some of the dialogue feels stilted and artificial.
Learn more about the author
Scott W. Cook is the author of A Treacherous Wind Blows Foul and other maritime thrillers. He has a degree in journalism from Penn State University and worked as a reporter, editor, and publisher before becoming a full-time writer. When he’s not writing or sailing, Scott enjoys hiking and bird watching with his wife and two sons in upstate New York.
“If you’re a fan of maritime fiction, then this book is definitely for you. Scott W. Cook does an excellent job of creating a world that feels both realistic and fantastical at the same time.”
“The author has a wonderful way of transporting the reader into another time and place. I felt like I was right there on the ship with Catherine, experiencing everything she went through.”
“A heart-pounding adventure of a young girl’s quest to save her father and find her true identity. This rip-roaring tale has it all – suspense, intrigue, and gritty action set against the backdrop of the age of sail.”
“This is one of the best adventure books I’ve read in a long time.”