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Last Voyage: A West Africa Adventure

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating details ·  1 Rating  ·  1 Review
Enjoy humor and adventure? Hold on to your hat. Last Voyage takes you to exotic, faraway places in West Africa on a safari loaded with mystery, thrills and tons of laughs. Know-it-all millionairess Rhonda Schmidt booked a dream trip to Africa, and she wants to share it with her closest friends. Trusting her friend’s advice, Helen Slider sets off on an adventure of a lifeti ...more
Kindle Edition, 196 pages
Published September 16th 2016
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Eve Gaal
Jun 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Last Voyage is the final book of the Jerry Slider adventure trilogy. An escapade that will have you either laughing or sitting on the edge of your seat, probably both. This is a fictional journey that pulls you into the jungle and onto a sailing yacht while surprising you with ‘enough mishaps to last a lifetime’. Font has woven a humorous nightmare, using well-developed characters from his first two novels, but adding new, fascinating characters like Jonas, Koop, Mavis and Titus Attah.
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Arch Font is a decorated military officer, who retired after a distinguished career. He was born in New Jersey and now lives with his wife and black Lab in Southern California. In retirement he chose to pursue his passion for writing. He took up writing fictional humor for therapy. Not so much to escape a painful, tumultuous world, but more as a way to release the dark forces of stress within.

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