Wednesday, September 7, 2011

The Betrayal by Jerry B. Jenkins

Jerry Jenkins picks up right where he left off. Remember the first book, The Brotherhood? Well it'll feel like you never left with the second book, The Betrayal.

You'll follow the angst of Detective Boone Drake. He has just shut down the biggest crime syndicate and now someone is out to end Drake's life.

The twist is the job seems to be from inside the Police Department. How could anyone inside want to kill Drake?

You'll attempt to solve this mystery before it all ends for him. (His life and his reputation)

This is token Jenkins writing. It will read very quickly. Jenkins doesn't try to overwhelm you with deep, meaty writing. As with the Left Behind books, I consider this series to be "popcorn reading". It may take you a day or two to read this book.

However, those who can't stand his writing, they'll hate this book so they shouldn't even attempt to read this.

As with the first book in the series, Jenkins does try to explore some aspect of the human condition in The Betrayal. This seems to be the kind of book for those who attend the super-mega conservative churches.

The Betrayal (Precinct 11)

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Tyndale Publishing.

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JamminJerome said...

so I take it that perhaps I shouldn't read this book :)

PR said...

I think that would be an accurate comment. :)