Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Book Review - Wrath and Righteousness Series by Chris Stewart

I recently finished reading a ten book series by Chris Stewart titled Wrath and Righteousness that was released as ebooks from 2012 to 2013.

What an amazing experience! I was totally enthralled with the story and could hardly wait for the next book to be released. What's the series about?

It's the story of good verses evil set on the world stage. It's a dystopian look at what could happen in the last days to not only the United States but also Israel and the Middle East, though it mainly deals with the U.S.

Stewart created strong heroes who sometimes lived and sometimes died. He made them human with genuine desires and fears. He showed how everyday people, when faced with adversity, could make the hard choice and stand up for what was right no matter how high the stakes.

He also crafted villains who rivaled Hitler and his minions. Evil truly ruled them and the choices they made. He showed how low human beings could fall once they become consumed with wicked and unjust causes.  

I read the majority of these books while I worked out at the gym. I absolutely hate to workout, but I became so wrapped up in this story that my hour-long workouts flew by. After reading the ebook versions of this story, I want to buy the hard copy for my library. However, to do that I will need to buy it under a different title, The Great and Terrible Series.


You might be interested to know that Chris Stewart is a New York Times bestselling author, has been an editor for several newspapers and, get this, he was a pilot in the Air Force and holds the world-record for the fastest nonstop flight around the world. In 2012 he was elected to Congress from the state of Utah.

What series have you read that you could hardly wait for the next book to be released?

I bought this series and reviewed it because I liked it. 


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