This rainy, dreary weekend was apparently a "two book" one. I was able to escape to Centralia (a town in Pennsylvania) by Mike Dellosso.
"Peter Ryan wakes up on a
typical morning only to find his house empty, his wife and daughter
nowhere to be found. His world is shattered after a phone call to a
friend confirms the impossible: his wife and daughter died in a car
accident he does not remember. Haunted by faint memories and flashes of
details, Peter becomes convinced that something isn't right and begins
to question reality."
This book left me on the edge of my seat and I just had to know how it ended. Which means from start to finish I read. That to me means a good book.
While the ending was a bit confusing, the suspense and action in this book keep you reading. It's a bit more violent than books I typically read, but then again it's something you expect from a suspense genre. There is some religious overtones, though not so much so that it would bother someone not religious. Actually, it seemed sort of thrown in here and there, that it didn't exactly fit with the story. So I wouldn't consider this book "Christian genre".
With the action in this book and the characters I foresee many men enjoying Dellosso's writing.
It kept me entertained the whole way through.
This book was given to me by Tyndale Publishing in exchange for my honest review.