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Seven Unholy Days: Matt Decker Book 1 Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B00C4YXN36
- Publisher : Red House Publishing (January 19, 2014)
- Publication date : January 19, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 3912 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 476 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0988701243
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #422,927 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This thriller moves pretty quickly. The electric systems going down they way they did is a fear of mine. We really depend on electronics so much now a days for news, communicating with others and hospital’s life support.
I do not know if it was the dark points in the book that made me dislike it but I really did not connect with the characters. I connected with the terror of the different disasters because they felt like something that could happen. I do not feel that only one man could have made that all happen the way, Hart did..
I am not a big fan of thrillers this is second one in a month I have read. They both seemed very similar even though the stories were a little different. Both had terrorism in them. This one just fell flat like other book did as well. It this was a series I probably would not read the next one.
There is an even balance of good vs evil and what I thought was the most important idea of the book: faith. In times like today it is easy to feel that there is no God and that we are alone to fend for ourselves. But in all of our lives there may be one, just one moment where for those who have lost their faith can truly believe that maybe God does exist.
Now, this book is not about faith. Its a great thriller that will make you think about these issues and reflect upon our vulnerabilities today. I usually give 4 stars to books I enjoyed because there is always room for improvement. But this one deserves the 5 star rating because I thought it did a great job of connecting the versus of Revelation to the story. Truly great indeed. And yes, I almost shed a tear at the end of the story. That does not happen when I read a BOOK. But it got to me. For whatever my comments are worth Mr. Hatchett - Fantastic story.
This one like "Pawnbroker", is a must read.
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At first I found some of the tech speak a little off putting but I was quickly gripped by the storyline of an international disaster manufactured by a fervent religious psychopath. Don't think for a minute the religious element is jaded and predictable. I loved the development of the characters and the twists in finding the protagonists - or not! I also liked how the tech was believable (reminded me a little of the private series by James Patterson) and the short chapters were well signposted so I knew who's perspective I was reading from all the time. Put it on your reading list!
I thought the book was well written although I did notice a few grammatical errors. I think it was short of a further edit. I won't go through all the missed words/ letters / punctuation marks but will mention one or two mistakes I noticed.
The name "Charlie" is used at Loc 3692; I'm pretty sure this should be "Bruce".
Loc 4702 - "Its surface looked like sort of like polished aluminum"
Loc 6021 - "conscious" instead of "conscience".
These are all editing errors; the story itself was good.