Gifted children are being murdered around the world by a religious cult that believes one of them is the biblical beast. But a mercenary with a bad history is on their trail and he will not let go until they are stopped.
©2016 Ferrel D Moore (P)2016 White Cat Publications, LLC.
This is the second book I've listened to by this author and much like the first, I found it equal parts good as I did find it all over the place. The overall plot and story felt a little disjointed and not cohesive. I can't even place why the book wasn't better, I just felt like it was...... too much of nothing really.
The plot sounded good, gifted kids are being killed because a cult thinks that one of them could have the mark of The Beast on them. But is it really the mark they are looking for? Or is it a cover up of something more? While there was parts I did enjoy, for the most I found myself disassociating from the story and my mind wandered. I really didn't care about the characters nor the story and didn't connect with it.
As for the narrator. Maybe it was the fact that I really didn't care what happened near the end, but I found the narrator to only read the story and not bring any life to it. He didn't have a lot of tones nor a lot of cadences for the characters and story. I would try another by him though, just to give him another chance.
I was voluntarily provided this free copy by the author, narrator, or publisher. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.
This was a struggle to finish. Overall the storyline was good, however this book was executed poorly. It was choppy and disconnected. Throughout the book i was hoping for it to get better, but ot didn't.
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