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"A HOLY RIOT OF A RIDE! Exciting, funny, moving. The perfect Christmas book." - Darren Shan, bestselling author of CIRQUE DU FREAK
"THE BEST BOOK YOU'LL READ ALL YEAR. Take a pinch of STRANGER THINGS, add a dollop of ATTACK THE BLOCK, and sprinkle liberally with the good bits from the Bible that aren't about washing feet or leprosy, and you'll be left with something that isn't a patch on SAVIOURS DAY. Featuring time travel, warrior angels, the end of the world, and three 'bruvs' you can't help but fall in love with, this is a cleverly constructed character piece disguised as an epic Apocalyptic adventure that will chew you up, spit you out, and leave you gasping for more. A thrilling story, brilliantly written." - Barry J. Hutchison, bestselling author of SPACE TEAM
"ROCK N ROLL AWESOME!" - David Gatward, award-winning author of DOOM RIDER
For a first book it is a great start. I understood the reasons children were chosen for this task. I gathered the reasoning behind the inability of the protagonist to look into the eyes of the baby. It was a great first start I suppose (I know I could do not better). The pacing was slightly off in some manner. The story felt rushed at first then slowed. This could be construed as building tension but it had the opposite effect on me. It was not the funniest thing I have ever read nor the most moving. It struggled to be one or the other. I was growing weary of endless trilogies in fantasy and chose this as something different. It was different. This could be someone's favorite new read.
I walked into this book a blank slate (knew nothin’ about it) and I’m VERY glad I did! This book held me captive to the point of not feeding my dog treats (big deal, believe me). The writing is excellent and the story itself was engrossing! I’m impressed with this author and plan on checking out any other books he writes, he’s that good.
I don't tend to leave reviews often, and when I do it's only for books I truly, wholly, absolutely love. Saviours Day is one such book.
Take a pinch of Stranger Things, add a dollop of Attack the Block, and sprinkle liberally with the good bits from the Bible that aren't about washing feet or leprosy, and you'll be left with something that isn't a patch on Saviours Day.
Featuring time travel, warrior angels, the end of the world and three 'bruvs' you can't help but fall in love with, this is cleverly constructed character piece disguised as an epic Apocalyptic adventure that will chew you up, spit you out and leave you gasping for more.
A thrilling story, brilliantly written. What more can you ask for?
Saviours Day is such a joy to read from start to finish. Great characters who leap off the page with fantastic attitude. And who knew that a super soaker could be such a brilliant weapon against demons! The book builds brilliantly and the climax is fab. A bit of horror with a humorous twist. If you liked Stranger Things you’ll love this.
So I am one who reads ALOT!!Meaning at any given time I have a book in my hand or my kindle reader. I’ve not written reviews...ever. So that tells you something I guess lol. This will make you laugh out loud, take a breath,and even cry. The Warriors all were the perfect ones for this mission. Samar will make you feel all kinds of stuff lol as will Rabbit and L’Man. Read it and you won’t be sorry. Can’t wait to see what Mr.Kinmond comes up with next.
Great first book bruv! Action packed, characters that made me laugh out loud & the fact that you brought a wide range of diversity with them all, 👌👌👌 kudos dude! Thanks for taking us along. Anxiously awaiting your next book😻
I have to admit, I was a bit reluctant when someone recommended this book to me. I am far from a religious person, but as an indie author myself, I thought I would go ahead and give it a try. While the British slang threw me a bit, overall I found myself engrossed in a truly unique and endearing story of three teenage boys faced with an insurmountable challenge. The characters are well fleshed-out and even a bit complex at times. There were moments that made me smile and even laugh and a few that made my heart race. I found myself rooting for these characters more and more as their story progressed. SAVIOURS DAY is a truly heartwarming story and a very unique take on a tired, ages-old tale. I even encouraged my 12 year old daughter to read it. Highly recommend.