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Publication Order of Road To Key West Books

The Road to Key West(2010)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Back On The Road To Key West(2013)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Along The Road To Key West(2013)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Somewhere On The Road To Key West(2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Down The Road To Key West(2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Beyond The Road To Key West(2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Far Road To Key West(2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Wild Road to Key West(2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The True Tales Of The Road To Key West(2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Pirate's Road to Key West(2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Lost Road To Key West(2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Incredible Key West - Caribbean Race(2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

The Road to Key West
The Road to Key West is an adventure fiction series by Michael Reisig. Set in the Caribbean Islands a few decades back, this series takes you on a wild ride to the past where treasure hunting was the norm in this part of the world. The series follows two friends, Kansas Stamps and Will Bell. These two young men decide to become commercial divers and help those digging for treasures in their quests. There is always danger on the adventures these two undertake as different people fight to lay their hands on the treasures. Join Kansas and Will on their journeys through different islands and see what treasures they dig-up along the way.

The Road to Key West
The Road to Key West is the first book in The Road to Key West series. This humorous piece follows the lives of two friends, Kansas Stamps and Will Bell, and their adventures on the Florida Keys. Kansas and Stamps decide to take a breather after graduating from college. The duo set to become commercial divers to earn some money, which marks the beginning of a new life for them. Somehow, misadventures seem to follow them wherever they go, and it is a surprise that they both come out of this story alive. So, what Misadventures will this funny duo be engaged in?

The author introduces the bizarre characters these two meet in the line of duty. There are the part-time pirates, a Jamaican soothsayer, Voodoo bokors, and a few drug smugglers. At the heart of all these is a complicated romance, a prehistoric artifact, and some lost Spanish treasure. Told in 1st person from Kansas viewpoint, this story takes you through the Bahamas, Cuba, and eventually Central America. The humor and misadventures are nothing like you have read before, and you will have many laugh-out-loud moments while reading this story. It is hard to resist these love boys charm and wish they would make better choices when picking their clients. Michael Reisig has done a good job with pacing the story and bringing the different characters to life.

This book will take you back in time to the 70s when life was easy, and the world moved a bit slower. The Florida Keys, where it is set, is filled with exciting stories that only those who lived there during that time can tell. Flawlessly, the author captures the seedy, steamy, yet beautiful appeal of these islands. The adventures Kansas and Will find themselves to produce a series of exciting stories that will keep you turning the pages. As the tension rises, it will be hard to contain your excitement and wonder how the day will end for the boys and their odd clients.

The Road to Key West will take you on a hysterical journey to the 70s. Just like the Keys during this time, this story is not only entertaining, but it is one hell of an adventure. It is action-packed, charming, and hilarious, plus there is an element of romance in it. The book reads like a trip back in time for anyone who lived in the Keys in the 70s. The book is also perfect for adventure lovers. You will barely be able to catch a breath here as Kansas and Will go through one adventure after another. The book is about 260 pages and can be enjoyed in a single sitting.

Back On The Road To Key West
Back On The Road To Key West comes second in the Road to Key West series. This book starts in 1982 when Kansas and Will stumble into another hair-raising adventure. The boys fly their float Cessna to the Bahamas, searching for a treasure map, more than 300 years old. Here, they also meet some lovely women before returning to Marathon for some good time with their other women. The boys later travel on another floatplane to Mexico, Central and South America, and Bolivia. The boys’ plane crashes in the Nicaraguan river, but somehow, they survive and return to Fantasy Fest.

Throughout their journeys, Kansas and Will have to dodge evil treasure hunters, the yacht-stealing Cuban, his Brazilian wife, and cruel bar owners. Their complicate love-lives do not help the situation much. The author takes time to describe the islands with all its landmarks, and you will feel like you are right there with Kansas and Will, chasing adventures even when they come at a cost. Aside from capturing the Caribbean and Key West flavor and feel in the 1980s, the author has maintained the humor throughout the story. You will find yourself maniacally giggling at all the funny episodes and captivated by yet another complicated romance as the boys’ search for true love.

There is something about these wild adventures that will keep you glued to the pages. The duo’s hilarious encounters with crazy friends and villains fill every page, so you never have to endure a dull moment. Reisig knows how to draw the reader to the tropics with the provocative shores and intriguing tales. Through vivid imagery, a solid and exciting plot, and characters you will hate to love, the author takes you on a fun-filled and exciting adventure. Follow the two main characters as they stumble in and out of relationships, trouble, and some fortune. Kansas and Will continue to be perfect models of what anyone who has heard about the Caribbean stories would think of the people who lived in this era.

Back On The Road To Key West leads the reader on yet another journey down memory lane. The Key West at the time was characterized by harbors filled with shrimp boats, ruthless enemies, and loads of activities for the adventure lovers. Those who lived in this era can recall the carefree life in almost all parts of the Caribbean. Whether you lived in the 80s or not, there is no harm in joining Will and Kansas on their adventures. With all the experiences, fun-moments, and humor, you can bet that the ride is well worth it.

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