Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Flight of Shadows by Sigmund Brouwer

Sigmund Brouwer places you in the middle of a story already taking place. Flight of Shadows is the sequel to Broken Angel but you won't be lost if you haven't read it.

At first things might be confusing as you read about Invisibles, Industrials, Illegals an Influentials but Brouwer reveals details in a timely fashion that will leave you hooked throughout the story.

Caitlyn has left her safe but repressive home of Appalachia. There is something weird about her DNA and a number of organizations are interested in obtaining her. Caitlyn runs into a magician named Razor whom she's not sure if she can trust.

The setting is an apocalyptic future for the United States and if you're outside a city's walls, your life isn't worth spit.

Brouwer strings you along with rabbit trails and false leads so you will not know how things will end until you turn the last page. Whenever you think you have all the characters figured out, you'll hit a fork in the road.

Sigmund Brouwer is skilled at suspense. You will enjoy this story.

Flight of Shadows: A Novel

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing

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