Thursday, June 16, 2011

The Seraph Seal - A Review

I received a complimentary copy of this book from in exchange for an honest review.

The Seraph SealThe Seraph Seal by Leonard Sweet

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Seraph Seal written by Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner is an epic tale about the four horsemen and the Apocalypse of Revelation. This book is well over 400 pages long. However it is a fast-paced, gripping suspenseful novel with interesting characters and an amazing ending that is well-written. My only real complaint about the book is that it does something that I consider annoying and that is jumping back and forth between different areas of the world far too often. It isn't a book that you will sit down and read mindlessly...not if you want to keep up with the story line.

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1 comment:

Danmark said...

Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner have created an intriguing novel about what may lie in our future. Using an unsuspected combination of ancient biblical references and futuristic technological advancements, Sweet and Wagner propel the reader into a world of mystery and intrigue, not unlike Dan Brown's breakthrough novel, The DaVinci Code. While I was expecting a somewhat long-winded version of Brown's work, I was pleasantly surprised by the quick and smart read The Seraph Seal turned out to be.