Legend has it that the Alleluia Files contain the truth about the god of Samaria. Now, a child raised in captivity among the angels will journey the length and breadth of her world to seek the documents that will alter the face of Samaria forever.
©1999 Sharon Shinn (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
"A warm and triumphant close to Shinn's Samaria trilogy." (Publishers Weekly)
This book started slow and almost disappointing, but it recovered itself towards the end, overall. I'll still listen to the next book as I am 3 books in now, but things feel a little far fetched and I'm hoping that she is able to carry through with the way the book ended.
The reader does a good job, but I do have to up the speed some because she is a bit slow, but that could also be the recording engineer's decision. Not much of a problem for this book because Audible does provide the ability to speed it up.
The characters of the Alleluia Files are so deep and complex! Now that I'm done reading the book, I actually sort of miss them as if they were my real-life friends!
Not only are the characters amazing, the entire premise of a world set up like the past in the future is creative and really well done by the author.
The scene where Delilah accidentally transports herself to Jehovah is delightful.
There are so many amazing moments in this book. I couldn't possibly chose one.
Read everything Sharon Shinn writes! You won't regret it!
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