Author: Dan Sofer
Here we have it the final instalment of the Dry Bones Society, you can check out my reviews of the first two An Unexpected Afterlife and An Accidental Messiah
I read the first two books in this trilogy and quickly fell in love this series. Both books grabbed my attention as I became obsessed with the characters. So when A Premature Apocalyspe found its way onto my Kindle I once again entered the pages to see what had become of these characters.
Elijah has been my favourite character thoughout this series. I don't exactly know why he grabbed my attention as most of the plot didn't centre around him. But, this perhaps that is why I had to keep reading. If I wanted to know what he was up to I had to keep reading in search. I was pleased with his final outcome in this novel. He was kept as the Elijah I expected which is something I really like in a novel. I don't always want a twisted outcome in a character, so in this case I wasn't dissappointed.
As I opened this book I found the politcal content a little distracting but only because I'm not a majorly politically influenced person. But, I had to keep reading because I knew Dan Sofer wouln't dissapoint me in any way. And right on! By the end of the first quater I was turning the pages a quick as I could. By half way I was totally taken by the thrill of the the plot. This book has plenty of historical content entwined with biblical wonder as we journey into the world's end days with these characters. It really got me thinking about a lot of things the movies have neglected to think about. Im impressed! I have to say I am totally impress with this series it has been well thought out and developed. I recommend it to all.
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- An Accidental Messiah: $1.99 instead of ($3.99) Link: http://smarturl.it/dbs2
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