Sunday, October 16, 2016

Short Review: Distant Boundary by D.I. Telbat



About the book:
In this novella, Distant Boundary, Prequel for The COIL Legacy Series, D.I. Telbat takes us to a distant land where danger knows no boundaries.

Now working for COIL, Agent Titus Caspertein has left the criminal underworld to carry the cross of Christ, but survival has never seemed more unlikely for this new Christian.

Assumed dead after a bungled humanitarian airdrop, Titus fights for his life against hyenas, wild dogs, and isolation in the African savanna.

With two broken limbs, and predators prowling for his blood, Titus relies on a young boy to keep him alive. Unless his wife, Annette, finds him before a heavily armed rhino poacher does, Titus will become a casualty of the Zimbabwe wilderness!

With a Bonus Chapter from Distant Contact, Book One in The COIL Legacy, map downloads, and cover design by Streetlight Graphics, we pray you enjoy this exciting Prequel to The COIL Legacy. And discover there is truly no redemption without sacrifice.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

Distant Boundary is the prequel to D.I. Telbat's new series, COIL Legacy, and it is a good beginning to the series. I liked the characters and that Corban (from the original COIL series) made some appearances in the story. The ending was good and makes me look forward to reading book one!

*I did not receive this for review, I downloaded a free copy via Amazon. However, I was asked if I would give my honest review, which I have done. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.*

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