Breadcrumb Trail

I received this book for review from the author.

I would recommend this book for ages 12 and up.

Indie Author News - The Yellow Hoods (Adam Dreece)

This is the second book in Adam Drecce’s The Yellow Hoods series. You can read my review of the first book, Along Came A Wolf here. After the adventures of the first book Richy, Tee, and Elly have continued their adventures as the Yellow Hoods, and have grown a lot in the process. When kids go missing in the woods, the Yellow Hoods join to help find them, but they find more during their search than just children. What they don’t know is that one of Nikolas’ friends, another inventor, has sent his son on an urgent mission to deliver something of great importance to Nikolas, an item some do not want delivered.

I absolutely loved this book! Breadcrumb Trail is a complex, yet accessible adventure with a clever plot that constantly urges the reader to turn another page.  There were many different story lines and characters – all of which are highly enjoyable. Side characters from one plot line would become main characters in their own plot, and the more you read, the more their backstories are revealed.  Also, Dreece’s attention to character development continues in this book and undoubtedly readers will grow even more attached to Richy, Elly and  especially to Tee.

I also enjoyed the fact that Richy was more involved in this book. In this one he got a story line of his own and it was fun to both read and learn more about him.

The only small complaint I had regarding book one, Along Came a Wolf, as I mentioned in my review, was that the main character acted a lot younger than she was, but that was not a problem in this book.

Again, I loved this book and I have no complaints about it. I am so excited to read the third one and see where the story continues, especially with how this one left off.


My favorite character in this book was still Bakon even though he was not in this book as much as the first one.

This book had no swearing, no romance, and mild violence.

Five Out of Five Stars

Author: Adam Dreece

Pages: 222

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