A Grand read

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

The Babylon Contingency

 I found trouble with the flow of sentences. Would have been a good story but there were some questionable characters that seems to to be a miss fit. The book flows with a lot of action with historical background thrown in to help move the plot and to give it the name historical mystery.  Don't be tricked into thinking this is a christen novel since  a christen publisher published ( Not everything in the Christen book store is worth reading). This is not a Christian novel from what i got out of t which really saddened me. I was looking for good  mysteries to recommenced to other Christens. It’s  exactly anti-Christian for Peele, a main charterer  is an agnostic-leaning atheist, who doesn't look favorably on any form of religion.  content. I was shocked by some of the content and went to look up more about the author. This is not a book I would recommend.

For unbelievers I would say they will be frustrated too because the story goes no where and is very hard to follow.

What drew me was the cover.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

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