Thursday, August 11, 2011

Book Review: The Canary List by Sigmund Brower

A WaterBrook Multnomah Book
The Canary List
Sigmund Brower

Jaimie feels as if Evil has been hunting her all of her life. There are only a few people she trusts: her therapist, who has been helping her fight Evil, and her teacher, Mr. G.
On a night where Evil hunts her, and unable to reach her therapist, Jaimie ends up at her teacher's house asking for help. All Grey Crokett wanted to do that night was celebrate the anniversary of her daughter's death, but instead, he finds himself helping one of his students. The unfolding of events that follow that night send Crokett searching for those that want Jaimie, and those that seem to want him out of the picture...but why? The answers lead him to the Vatican, and deep dark secrets that have been kept and hidden for a long time.

What I liked about this book:
-I could not put it down, the story was fascinating.
-If you like suspense/mystery, I think you will enjoy this book.
-Makes you think about the spiritual realm that we do not see.

There is nothing I did not like about the book. It is not a book that I will read again and again, but I really enjoyed it. I am a Tedd Dekker fan and Sigmund Brower is just as good. Actually, I enjoyed this novel better than the last few Dekker novels

You can read more about the book and the first chapter by clicking HERE.

I received this book for free by WaterbrookMultnomah in exchange for my honest review.

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