Canada under martial law? Christian literature, including the Bible, hate literature? Middle age type punishment for distributing hate? Too far-fetched to believe?
Sara Davison’s book One of the Seven trilogy takes those premises, builds on them, adds a little romance and weaves a suspense-filled, believable story.
Meryn O’Reilly loves books, people and her God, so when a law comes down which curtails all those qualities, she needs to make some hard decisions.
Captain Jesse Christensen is prepared to force Meryn to make those decisions but he soon finds out that’s not as easy as he might want.
The story moves at a quick pace but with enough space to breathe. The writing is clear and descriptive.
The story is reminiscent of, and on par with, the Left Behind series.
How believable is the story? Check out a recent publication such as Voice of the Martyrs, or better yet, the book of Revelation and this story becomes very relative and plausible.
I am eagerly awaiting book number 2.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.