Dead End: A Cassandra Sato Short Story


Nothing in Cassandra Sato's PhD program prepared her for natural disasters.

When a tsunami targets Oahu, Hawai’i, Dean of Students Cassandra Sato must evacuate 1,000 residence hall students and evacuate them to inland shelters before the first wave hits.

If you like ordinary heroines faced with unexpected adventures, then you’ll love the prequel short story to the Cassandra Sato Mystery Series.

"If you'd like to get to know a little of Hawaii's culture, understand where Cassandra's roots come from, and experience what happens when a tsunami is headed your way (courtesy of an awful earthquake in Japan), then dive right in. Students arguing with professors. Best friends deciding next steps in their careers. Exams floating around the campus. And a deadly and tragic onslaught of waves. While not a major mystery, it perfectly sets off the style and some of the supporting cast's fun personalities. I enjoyed learning how Cassandra lived before the move the main island, and I really love the growth in the writing, storytelling, and character development from this book to the next one. Definitely a series to pick up... will take an hour to read and you can grab it for a very low cost on Amazon... then you'll be hooked on the author's style."
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