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The theme of vengeance resonates throughout the novel as Gray provides us flashbacks of the events leading up to the murder of the innocents and the beginning of the death trip. Ben Douglas is an ex-soldier named Gabe Armstrong sworn to avenge his family’s murder over a century ago at the hands of Jacob Burns, who is actually a deranged preacher named Isaac. The Preacher continues to victimize all those in his path as he tries to elude the unforgiving Gabe, who forges precarious alliances with local sheriffs and Police Community Support Officers in an attempt to take down the psychopath. The body count rises as Gabe is unrelenting in his pursuit in a grisly tale you won’t be able to put down.
Pick up a copy of The Eighth Day by Donovan Gray and brace yourself for a breathtaking chase you won’t soon forget.
I don't mind if the book goes back in time to explain something that happened in the passed, but this story takes liberties.
So at the end what happened, who was who and thank goodness it's over.
I give it two stars because I don't know.
The main plot is Ben and Joshua, two immortals, for whatever reason not explained yet, that are trying to kill each other. Man, they must be so tired of dying, all the pain and blood. Joshua is pure evil, while Ben is just trying to stop the dead from rising and saving the human race at the same time.
This is an intriguing story and if a convoluted plot line doesn't deter you, I would highly recommend this book. But, if you like a linear story, do not buy. You won’t like it. I give it 4 feathers.