This story takes place in Mississippi during the late 1940’s and early 1950’s. The main character is a young girl named Missy, who is consistently in danger from demonic forces that wish to kill her. Missy relies on the power of God and her guardian angel to defeat the evil that surrounds her.
I thought the book was okay. There are several scenarios that are a bit silly. Also, the characters seemed flat or one dimensional, which made it difficult to relate with them.
I enjoyed reading To Kill a Mockingbird, so I decided to read Go Set a Watchman. However, I didn’t care for the book.
It felt like the book was leading up to some climatic event, but it never happened. The characters interaction seemed bland and lacking in someway.
I found Go Set a Watchman to be a bit of a disappointment.
Someone asked me the other day, “Who is your favorite author?”
I thought about it for a minute and I don’t have a favorite author. That sounds weird, since I love to read.
I read all kinds of books. I enjoy the classics, popular novels, history, science, psychology, religion, economics, personal development, and even financial management books.
What do you think? Am I just weird? Do you have a favorite author?
The book Addison’s Mark by Matt Kuvakos is a si-fi mystery novel. The main character is Sam Addison and he was chosen by God for a special purpose. He tries to live a normal life, but the visions seem to interpret his plans. His girlfriend’s father was also chosen, but not by God. Instead the father is an evil man that follows the directions of a dark angel.
This is not the type book I usually read; however, I am really glad I gave it a chance. It is filled with suspense and vivid descriptions. I found the book enticing and enjoyable.
I give it an A+
The book, “And Then There Were None” was written by Agatha Christie and was first published in 1939.
This is a classic mystery novel, which tells the story of 10 people who were invited to an island on false pretenses. Each person is murdered for the heinous crimes they committed, but for which they were never punished.
I highly recommend this book. It is interesting and intense at times. Also, the mystery is a difficult one to solve.
I give this book an A+