- File Size: 2112 KB
- Print Length: 270 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Amlin Publishing (December 18, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 18, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BCMLK36
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #221,365 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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VOICES (The David Chance Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The book follows David Chance who receives messages from God and Jon Blake who hears voices that are demonic in their nature. It's a classic good vs. evil series. The voices want to take total control of Jon Blake and continually lead him down this path. Much of the book focuses on how the voices take Jon down a dark path with promises of riches and fame.
I gave these books 3 stars because of the ending. I wish John Hileman would have added about 100 more pages and more fully developed the ending. In a very short period of time, after an encounter with David Chance, Jon finally "sees the light" and prevents evil from going forth with their plan. But what cold have been a very detailed ending was wrapped up in 2 pages.
I enjoyed the tribology, but one read was enough for me.
Police matter of factly discussing aliens, extraterrestrials voices, voice control, violence, murder, messages from God ... with no more wonder, questions or interest than reading the take out menu for lunch at the station? Not convincing.
Plane crash? Why? Late-in-the-story-new-characters, why? Development of these individuals - none. Purpose? Who knows. I had no feeling for any of them, just total strangers strung together and an unsatisfactory ending. Had to re-read the last 2 chapters just to prove to myself I did not miss something key of importance or substance the first time. No, I did not miss anything.
Will I give the 3rd in the series a try? Don't think so. A no charge price is always appreciated, but there was no interest generated or curiosity peaked to make me spend any money to see what might be offered in the 3rd. Might like my time back though for wasting it on this mess. Kept thinking sooner or later a real story of interest and importance would emerge and develop, but it didn't.
It is well written. The characters are well put forth such that you almost get into their heads and know who they are.
David sees messages in written things. He believes these messages are from God wanting to help him in his journey. He has been told in his message that he must find Jon Blake.
Jon hears voices in his head. He finds himself lured into a national conspiracy. Canary has told him that he can trust David.
I would suggest you read messages first or else you might be lost as to what is going on. You don't really need to, just that it would make for better reading if you did.
No sex scenes but I do remember one or two cuss words.
I recommend this book for ages 15 on up.