Sunday, 7 July 2013

CHAINS OF PROPHECY by Jason Crawford

Great Debut!
by Jason Crawford

I really enjoyed reading Chains of Prophecy by Jason Crawford. This book has a great cast of characters, religion, action, humor and more.

Samuel Buckland doesn’t believe in God, but after a chain of tragic events in his life he’s going to change his opinion. The question is, will he live after meeting the one who’s trying to kill him?

The author did a great job bringing to life both good and evil characters, fleshing out the characters of Samuel Buckland and Gregory Caitlin, making them real. I loved reading about Sam dreaming about Mikey and the girl chained to the wall, and it was quite a surprise to find out who they really were. And of course a great idea about the book Sam found after his parents’ death.

Chains of Prophecy has great descriptions, action and dialogue. I’m sure the author had a great time writing this book. I now look forward to reading the next book in the series. 



In Chains of Prophecy, we follow Samuel Buckland, a twenty-three year old accountant, as he discovers a family secret - that he is the heir to the ancient legacy of King Solomon, sorcerer of God. Like any rational person, he doesn't believe it. It's not until his family is assassinated that he is forced to accept the truth: dark magics have imprisoned the Archangel Gabriel and someone is using her connection to the Godhead to learn secrets known only by the Heavenly Host. All Sam has to do is find her, free her from the grip of the evil sorcerer, and master the powers given to him.



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