Matt Bronleewe has written an amazing story, but there are some flaws that make this book a little choppy.
I like the fact that you don't really know who the good guys are until the middle of the book. I like the fast pace. The characters are okay, but ... I can't put my finger on it. They just don't mesh well.
I kept waiting and waiting and waiting for the faith element to come into play and that part fell flat for me.
However, I would have picked this book up in any bookstore and bought it. I would not have been disappointed. The story kept me turning pages, and I read it to the last page of the last paragraph. So compared to some of the huge flops that have put me to sleep this past year, I give this one two and a half stars. It is worth the money and it will keep you interested.
Considered thoughts from Gina Burgess at 9:17 PM