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Doubt: a Truth Seekers end of the world religious thriller series (Among Us Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I believe in capturing history and this is my attempt to
leave our story for the future generation of Truth Seekers
I have asked all my Truth Seekers to keep a journal. I
encourage each one to write their thoughts, events, and
ideas so as to preserve the story as close to the real events,
thoughts, and feelings as possible. I want history to
remember us not just from my words but also from the
words of my closest and dearest friends--even friends
who have ended being my worst enemies.
Your mission is to share these events with other Truth
Seekers. Keep the faith that "Good" will prevail. We must
stay united in mind and in actions. We must maintain our
perseverance to save humanity and the world.
Truth Seekers Unite!"
Anyone seeking a phenomenal paranormal YA novel that's wonderfully fresh, innovative and devoid of any clichés or predictability will love DOUBT.
This book appealed to me greatly as not only an avid reader of YA fantasy (sub genres), but also the exciting and original premise stood-out at me. Character-driven and action-packed this scintillating story keeps you thoroughly entertained, as the type of story that engulfs you completely!
Contemporary, modern and current themes such as online gaming and high school blended together gave the story an edgy twist that teens will love. Easily identifiable characters such as Harry and Cristal were brilliantly realized on the page, so that readers can empathize with them.
The interesting way in which the author approaches Angels and Demons I found utterly fascinating and entirely *new* and so I wouldn't hesitate in recommending this to readers both young and old alike.
DOUBT is the sparkling start of something big to come...and I predict this becoming a truly terrific trilogy. Anne-Rae Vasquez writing style is highly readable and packed of creative vision and outstanding concepts that literally let the imagination soar! The captivating, colorful characters and compelling narrative pulls you into a gritty tale woven with many unexpected twists & turns.
I was so astonished by the substantial storyline and deep complexities, which left me wanting to continue the journey with anticipation.
I would like to thank the author for providing me with an e-copy of DOUBT: Book1: Truth Seekers- among us trilogy, for review purposes. The above expressed views and opinions on this novel are entirely my own and impartial.
I was so looking forward to reading `Doubt (Among Us Trilogy)'. This book was even better than I had predicted!! It was such a pleasure to read because it was such quality work!! It was very clear that the author had spent a lot of time developing this glorious work of art. I could feel the very-well written scenes coming out of the pages and pulling me in like magic, drawing me deeply into the exciting drama. I wanted more and more of the story to unfold. I wanted more and more of the author's wonderful words. The chronicles flow incredibly well and the characters are beautifully expressed and very believable. I loved the supernatural elements and paranormal twists. Overall this book is very intelligent, very well-crafted, very well-written, very imaginative and obviously written by a genius!! Well done, Anne-Rae Vasquez!! I loved it!!
Would recommend this to dystopia fans everywhere or anyone who just loves a good conspiracy.
The book would also have benefited greatly from being considerably longer, to allow room for adequate development of characters, and explanation & development of plot points. About 3/4 of the way through the author just completely forgot to introduce a plot point & we had to catch up. The story seemed to get more & more rushed towards the end, with sparser and sparser story-telling, making the last few chapters and ending just seem ridiculous, rather than believable conclusions of the scenes set so far.
So overall I think this book would have made a promising first draft, but was definitely not ready for publication.
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