Thursday, September 8, 2016

Book Review: Wolves Among Us

Wolves Among Us
by Ginger Garrett

Sometimes a savior can
bring destruction.

Sometimes a doubter can 
save a town.

Dinfoil, Germany, 1538. When a double murder stirs up fears,
the village priest sends for help. But the charismatic Inquisitor who answers
the call brings a deadly mix of spiritual fervor and self-deceptive evil. Under
his influence, fear, guilt, and suspicion of women take a deadly turn. Pious
and heretic alike become victims of witch-hunting zealots. In the midst of
this nightmare, a doubting priest and an unloved wife---a secret friend of
the recently martyred William Tyndale---somehow manage to hear another
voice . . . and discover the power of love and fear.

This book was nothing spectacular. It wasn't very well-written in my opinion and lacked depth. It was dealing with deep issues and topics, but there was no feeling of deepness or connection to any of the characters. Most were very naive and didn't even react much to situations that you would be sure they should react to! Anyway, it had a few interesting parts, especially toward the end, and it was overall an okay book, not awful or anything, just not great. It was kind of weird too. So I guess I would give it a 3 out of 5.

1 comment:

  1. Ahhh....I began reading the books description and completely hooked me! Thanks for letting me know that it isn't as fantastic as it sounds. God bless!