|Author: Michael Phillips |
Published: August 2000
This novel reads like an action flick, which is a feat in of itself. Despite its length, it's one of those books that will grip you until the last page. Plenty of suspense, adventure, and peril await you in this book.
What Michael Phillips did well in his previous novel, Rift of Time, he does well again in this sequel. The formatting was a bit choppy--seriously, a prologue before every section?--but it still drew me in.
Conclusion: Michael Phillips is best-known for his historical fiction, but this book proves that he is not a one-trick pony. Those who like reading about Biblical archaeology will definitely enjoy this, though it would help to read the previous novel, Rift of Time, first.