People who enjoy simple crime stories, "Law & Order" style.
I could have done without the "Young Adult" love story that is threaded into the main storyline.
Hard to say. Mr. Greenberg did an OK job for the material given, but his reading of the "young adult" love thread was way too syrupy and nerdy for me.
I thought the story had great promise and set up for a great back story, but just kind of fell apart and turned into an Encyclopedia Brown-like mystery.
If you're already into this series of characters, then this may make a great addition to your collection. If you enjoy mental gymnastics, you should look elsewhere.
Probably would. It sets a pretty good pace in the opening.
The description of the main character's family turning into Zombies and her infant son's fingers clawing at the door crack.
Great narration and worked well since the main characters are female
Leave the Christian Message out of it. I thoroughly enjoyed the first half of the book. There were little hints here and there that the story would turn into a pro-Christian fairytale, but I decided to stay with it until Jesus and Mohammed showed up in Iran amongst all the political intrigue and started sorting everything out. Then...the book went away. I have nothing against Christian works, I just despise Christian faith based fiction dressed up like political thrillers.
Again, the first half seemed to be setting up nicely for a good political thriller. The main characters seemed to be well thought out and they were easy to like.
These books should be labeled as Faith based, or Christian faith books.
The nuances about life in Britain during Roman rule.
The main character is very likable, the author did a great job of setting the scene, and revealing just enough of the story to keep you listening.
The Medicus (forgot proper name), as well as his contemporary.
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