This book was really interesting but I was a bit disappointed by the ending because the murder mystery keeps building up and building up, yet what you think will happen doesn't. It just kinda ruined a lot. Though the ending was still good, it just wasn't as gripping as the rest of the book energy and tension wise.
There are a bunch of subtle clues through the book, so pay attention. You'll get them if you read carefully.
All in all though this was a good book. I just wish it was a bit more action packed at the end.
This is a fast paced book. I was able to read it in several hours. The author is new to me and I'm sure that I will look for more of his work.
I do have to admit that after I was finished reading it I did begin to question some things. But...the book was so intriguing that I only felt that way AFTER I finished reading it. Before that I was too caught up in the story line.
This was an interesting murder mystery that challenges both the main character & the reader to examine how they percieve God as well as how they percieve the Homeless. It is told in first person through-out so each main character gets a chapter here & there for the reader to view things through each character's eyes.
This made Creston Mapes appear on my favorite authors of all time list. He keeps us in suspense while also intermixing a bit of faith. I'd consider him a more respectable version of Harlan Coben. :)