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Rapture by Phillip W. Simpson
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May 15, 12

Read from May 12 to 15, 2012 — I own a copy

Although I don't believe in them, books/movies of Heaven and Hell, angles versus demons, are often my favorite (think "Legion" and "Constantine"). So when I picked up "Rapture," I was hoping for another exciting tale into a world that fascinates me.

The book didn't disappoint. "Rapture" is exciting, has interesting characters, and takes readers into a future that is both frightening and intriguing. I like that Sam isn't the typical perfect male specimen who gets all the girls and can do no wrong. He's flawed, he's hesitant, and it makes him even more real to the reader.

The one thing I would have liked to have seen is a bit more detail with the actual Rapture. There was a lot of buildup to the actual moment, and it seemed to be over with in a few paragraphs. Anyone who knows me, knows I love a lot of detail, especially with exciting events like that. I look forward to following Sam's journey in the following books.

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