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Sons of Cain by Val Bianco
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Apr 14, 2012

really liked it
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I didn't realize that I've always longed for a Catholic Tom Clancy, but here you have it: a book Catholic men will probably just love.

Though I found parts of it preachy (and I've told the author that, mind you), I found the story and plot to be good, entertaining, and suspenseful. I had a hard time putting it down and I appreciated the faith woven throughout it.

Personally, I'm excited to see what Val Bianco comes out with next, because he keeps me on my toes on Twitter and his sense of humor is refreshing and down-to-earth.
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Julie Davis Agreed. I gave this one star fewer than I wanted simply because I'm trying not to always give that easy middle-of-the-road three star review. It just couldn't make the four-star for me, but I'm hopeful that the next one will. And, I kept the book on my shelf, so that means something too. :-)

Jean Jones @Sarah A Reinhard:
If you're looking for a "Catholic Tom Clancy (lol, never looked at it from THAT standpoint :-D ), & if you haven't read these, then I VERY STRONGLY suggest the novels of Dan Brown; "The DaVinci Code", "Angels & Demons", "The Lost Symbol", "Inferno".
They're ALL the type of books that WILL SUCK YOU INTO THEM!!!
They all star Robert Langdon (played so well by Tom Hanks in the movies.

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