Saturday, July 9, 2011

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Book Review: The Final Hour

The Final Hour is book four of the Homelander series. You definitely should read the first three books before reading The Final Hour. Even though this series is written for teenagers I thoroughly enjoyed reading all four books. My 14 year old daughter also read and enjoyed the books before I even started them. She was surprised with the way it all turned out, while I figured out the whole series at the beginning of the first book (age and experience factor in). But even with knowing how it would all turn out, I still enjoyed the ride. We definitely need more wholesome books like these for our teenagers with good and moral heroes. I just wish there was more written about God and a gospel presentation. For instance when Charlie is questioned about whether he's ready to die, his answer is not based on faith in Jesus Christ but on his own good works.

Book Sneeze provided this book in exchange for an honest review.

Book Description

The Homelanders are attacking—and it's Charlie's last chance to stop them.
Charlie West was an ordinary high school kid who went to bed one night and woke up in the clutches of terrorists and wanted by the police for murder. He also woke up with no memory of the events of the last year.

His memory is returning now and has brought the terrible realization that he knows when the terrorists are going to strike next.

Whatever it takes, Charlie knows he can't give in or give up until they're stopped . . . even when the final hour is ticking away.


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