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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Book Review: Vigilante by Robin Parish

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I LOVED Vigilante! I've read four books by Robin Parrish ('Relentless', 'Fearless', 'Merciless', and 'Vigilante') and 'Vigilante' is definitely my favorite. The story was very addicting - there was suspense throughout and the plot was great!

THE WICKED HAVE HAD THEIR DAY.
MORALITY'S TIME HAS COME.
THERE IS A BETTER WAY.

Nolan Gray has a plan. Kill himself, then show the world a "better way" by defending the helpless and stopping crimes. He does just that - only it doesn't turn out the way he planned...

I found 'Vigilante' very entertaining and thrilling. Nolan's character was intriguing - the fact that he dealt with so much from when he was a POW for two years and still lived with the scars (both physical and psychological) made his character believable and made me feel for him.

Robin Parrish wrote 'Vigilante' in a way that had me believing the story. I found the gadgets that 'The Hand' used very cool - especially the combat fatigues and grappler.

'Vigilante' made me think about the depravity of man. No matter what someone tries to do to stop the wrong in this world, until Jesus Christ comes again, there will still be sin and there will still be death.

I think 'Vigilante' is best suited for mature audiences, as it mentions things that I feel wouldn't be appropriate for younger audiences.

Overall 'Vigilante' was a great book - I thoroughly enjoyed it! I look forward to reading more books by Robin Parrish in the future.

I most definitely recommend 'Vigilante' if you enjoy reading novels that keep you entertained and "on the edge of your seat".

*Much thanks to Bethany House Publishing for my review copy. The opinions I've expressed are my own.*




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1 comments:

  1. Thanks, this sounds like the type of book I might enjoy. Romance is great and all, but after a while a guy needs a book with fights, battles, explosions, etc..

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