Friday, August 29, 2014

Book Review- Revolutionary

Thalli, Berk, Rhen, Dallas, and Alex are back in the State as hostages. The groups young faith is severally tested as they face with evil. Dr. Loudin plans to control or eradicate all remaining  pockets of survivors aboveground and resorts to all manners, torture, murder, and manipulation to achieve his goals. 

Thalli was one of the best main characters, she was emotionally complex, brave, and smart. I enjoyed seeing her evolve with each story in the series. The doubts, fears, and hurts were there but with God's help she was able to press on. The most noble example of Thalli's character was when in the middle of a love triangle she was able to remain focused on the mission at hand.  The slow progression of her emotional and spiritual life unfolded in a most beautiful way.

The continual chases, escapes, fights, and mind games made for a definite page turner.  

The only drawback to this wonderful series is the abrupt ending. The whole premise of this series was based on how emotions are needed in life and how we can use them for God. I expected a more emotional (anger, pain, or heartbreaking) finale to truly seal the deal, but it was quite blunt. 

Each book in the Anomaly series seemed to have a main spiritual topic for the reader to chew on throughout the book which I enjoyed. This series was a great combination of excitment, adventure, romance, and spirituality. This series is a great alternative for the secular YA fiction out in the market.

I received a complimentary copy from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for this independent and unbiased review. 

1 comment:

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