Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Review of Daniel's Den by Brandt Dobson

Description from Brandt Dodson's website:

In this fast–paced thriller by popular author Brandt Dodson, a young government accountant learns to trust God when his life begins to fall apart and unseen enemies pursue him with relentless zeal.Daniel Borden is a thirty–year–old stock broker who lives a quiet life and plays by the rules. But when events transpire that shatter his orderly world and a team of assassins mark him for death, Daniel must flee for his life.While on the run, Daniel encounters Laura Traynor. Carefree and easygoing, Laura is everything that Daniel isn’t. But when the killers assigned to eliminate Daniel find him at Laura’s bed–and–breakfast, gunfire erupts and the two set out on the run once again.As they try to unravel the mystery that confronts them, they discover how tenuous life can be and how their very existence depends on the God who will never abandon them.

My review:

I just finished reading this fast paced suspense and you can always tell how good a book is by how long it takes you to finish it. I started reading Daniels Den last night and finished this morning. What is a little lost sleep when it is sacrificed to a good book. Daniel Borden is a great character who follows what is right even if doing the right thing is counter productive to his own life. What makes him an even more dynamic character is that he is not a Christian. I love that Brandt Dobson created a character that with good motives but not a Christ follower until the end of the novel. Laura Traynor is a strong female character who does everything she can to protect her son. I recommend this novel to anyone who like suspense and drama. It is a really good read.
I found a giveaway for this book at Treeswing so if you want to win a copy of this book go stop at this site and leave a comment.

1 comment:

Tami said...

Thanks for the link!