Friday, January 8, 2016

REVIEW - 7: The Seven Deadly Sins by Casey L. Bond, Jo Michaels, Tia Silverthorne Bach, Kelly Risser , N. L. Greene

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Seven marks upon a wall.
Tom may rise, but he may fall.
Through five lives, no one dares mention,
of the sin for which he seeks redemption.
Fates will meet, and you will see,
what will thus become of he.

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This is such an interesting take on the 7 deadly sins. It's different and it totally rocked. This is a first time for me reading a few of these authors. They all had really good stories. Reading these stories it felt as though they were true from history and not something made up. Each story comes from a different place and time but it is all the stories of Tom.. In the end Tom has to face his sins. I am here to tell you if you are looking for a happy end you wont find it here. These are story's of ones failings in life, and seeking redemption. These stories will bring out many different emotions, Each story has a different conclusion and they are sort of emotional all in their own. I think this was quite a clever way to write a historical fiction. After reading this book I totally get the cover!