After an accident left him temporarily blind, Drew Carter didn’t just regain his sight. He now sees what others can’t imagine–an entire spiritual realm of mighty beings at war.
Forget the gift, Drew just wants his life back. Part of that involves Sydney Carlyle, a woman he is inexplicably drawn to. When he’s offered the chance to become a CIA agent, it seems the way to redeem his past. The only problem–his visions of the supernatural realm are increasing in frequency.
It’s up to the warrior angel Validus and his hand-picked team of heavenly agents to protect the unbelieving Drew. Validus now knows that the young man is at the epicenter of a global spiritual war, and the angels must use a millennia of battle experience keep Drew alive, for the Fallen want him dead.
Surrounded by spiritual warriors and targeted by demons, Drew’s faced with an impossible decision that will forever alter the destiny of America…and his own soul.
It was in 2014 as and when I started to read this series from Chuck Black, now with Light of the Last, everything comes to an end (right?) I was hesitant to read this one but I couldn’t just leave this series unfinished. Beware that the following review may contain spoilers.
Being honest I wasn’t sure I could follow or understand the story after book two. Book three seems to continue where book one left off, with Drew being the main character.
In Light of the Last humans and angels come together to face
the world’s America’s greatest villains: demons Islamic terrorists.
I liked the story and character development, I liked the writing and fast paced action with great fighting scenes. I liked the freedom the author took about angels and their mission and intervention with humans.
I didn’t like the way the author changed the focus of the story as it began as an epic fiction about the end of the days, but suddenly everything was about the United States it politics and terrorism.
Maybe I’m alone here, but I also didn’t like the connotation Islamic religion was given. No I’m not muslim, actually I’m a Christian, but as if having Islamic extremists being the bad guys was not enough, the author also implies that there’s demonic activity surrounding them. Did Black ever mentioned demons being around Drew’s non-christian friends? I don’t think so.
Drew had an awesome improvement since book one. He didn’t get mature by magic, as sometimes happen, but as the story progressed it was believable how the events took him from one point to the other. His experience with the angels was the part I enjoyed the most, while his love story being the part I enjoyed the least.
Maybe I’m gonna sound contradictory, but Light of the Last is the best book of the trilogy to me. There’s a lot of action and mistery going on the whole time you never have time to get bored. Overall it was an interesting reading but this is maybe the last book I’m reading by Chuck Black.
I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for this review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.