Thursday, January 12, 2017

Review: Distant Contact by D.I. Telbat





About the book:
In DISTANT CONTACT, Book One in The COIL Legacy Series by D.I. Telbat, we find that a distant shadow hovers over the Caspertein family. Greed and Muslim extremism threaten to erase America's beloved family as killers rise to avenge an accidental death.

There may be no hope for family reconciliation before it's too late. Wynter Caspertein is a primary target of a sword-wielding assassin. Rudy Caspertein is presumed dead but struggles to survive in the Arctic.

In the midst of Middle East terror, the estranged brother emerges. Titus Caspertein scoffs at the danger and flies to the aid of his sister. His Russian companion, Oleg, joins him, and the two undercover COIL agents juggle the needs of persecuted Christians with the Iranian threat that spans from the Ozarks of Arkansas to the deserts of Syria.

Join D.I. Telbat as he draws us into a COIL saga of faith and conflict, dark plots of Christian persecution, and the perseverance of men and women who trust Jesus Christ for strength and final victory.

Distant Contact follows the Prequel, Distant Boundary. It includes a free map download, a character sketch, Endnotes featuring Vision Beyond Borders Refugee Ministry, and a Bonus Chapter from the next book in the series, Distant Front. Cover design is by Streetlight Graphics.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

Distant Contact was a fine read, but I didn't love it as much as I did the original COIL books (maybe because of the reading mood I was in or something.)

I liked that several characters from previous COIL books were in Distant Contact, but I was a little confused because of how many characters there were (I just had a hard time following everything).

Still, it was a good story with some suspenseful scenes. If you've read the COIL books and liked them, I think you'll also enjoy Distant Contact. I liked it!

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