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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Book Review -- Flight of Shadows

I have read three books Sigmund Brouwer wrote with Hank Hanegraaff, and enjoyed them very much, so I expected Flight of Shadows to be great as well. It turned out to be even better than I had thought it would.
After escaping a bounty hunter, Caitlyn Brown became an "Invisible". Her DNA was different from others' and a deformity on her back made her a freak. She meets up with a man who calls himself Razor. She doesn't know if she can trust him, but she has no choice but to let him help her. People are after her once again, and she is faced with choices that will change her life.
I loved how this book was written, and it's one that I couldn't put down. The story was interesting and even suspenseful, and the setting made the book even better. I really enjoyed the characters and how the author gets you to care about what happens to them. The ending was sad, when I read about Razor's background, but that's one of the things that makes this book great. The characters are what makes a story.
I highly recommend this book to teens and adults.

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review

1 comment:

Polka Dot said...

I love every single one of Sigmund Brouwer's books, and this one was great. : )