No Rest for the Wicked by Dane Cobain

Hey everyone and happy Monday. This week I was lucky and got a nice short book to read, which means I had time to start reading next weeks book early. The author was kind enough to send me a copy to read.
Like I mentioned before I could tell by looking at the page count that it would be a quick and easy read. Depending on the quality of writing in the book this could be a good or a bad thing. Luckily for me the writing was done well so the book flew by in the blink of an eye.
Let me tell you a bit about the story:

In this world there are many sinners and many who don't believe in the Lord. For these people there is no greater threat than when the Angels come to Earth, unleashed by a group of scientists looking to prove that God doesn't exist.
But the Angels will never be satisfied until they had wiped out every soul who has ever sinned, whether they be good people or bad. It seems there is no one who can stand up to this force who come during the night and leave nothing but a burned corpse.
There are still people who are willing to stand up to the Angels despite their past. A Priest at a small church and his young friend John are willing to put everything on the line if only to stop the deadly trials.
Secret relationships will be revealed, ancient sins will be punished, and people will need to learn what it means to be judged by a force greater than God.

At first I found it hard to keep up with what was happening in the book. The chapters skip around from different points in time. And when the chapters return to the the right time again it is from another persons point of view.
But by the time you get halfway through the book you start to understand why it is important to learn the other stories and how they apply to the overall story. After I got used to it I enjoyed the story a lot more.
Plot: B
Setting: B-
Pace: B
Characters: B+
Overall Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
To Purchase this book on Amazon.com click the link here.
Have a great day everyone and happy reading!
- K

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