(Book review) Probing: Harbingers: Cycle Three


Reviewed by: Rachel M. Pfeiffer, a professional writing major at Taylor University.
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INTRODUCTION

TitleProbing: Harbingers: Cycle Three

Author: Bill Myers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt, Alton Gansky

Publisher: Bethany House

Publication Date: 2017

Format: print paperback book

Length: 370 pages

OVERVIEW

Brenda, Andi, Tank, and the Professor are a team whether they like it or not. Forces beyond anything they’ve ever experienced have drawn them together, sending them on missions to combat an otherworldly evil. They’ve always completed their missions before, but the stakes continue to rise. Faced with more impossible challenges from Hollywood reality shows to pirates, this unlikely team must work together and come through, or the whole world will suffer the consequences.
In this third installment, the authors succeed in weaving a story full of intrigue and action. Because this book is composed of four separate missions or sections, each one has great momentum and avoids the lulls that sometimes result from long, drawn out stories. This, in addition to unique characters, results in a book that more than maintains the readers’ interest.

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5)

4 stars

Suggested Audience

Readers who enjoy mysteries and science fiction would especially appreciate this novel.

Christian Impact

This book reminds us of the impact the media and technology have on our modern world. It also encourages its readers to think more deeply about their worldview and the implications it and their beliefs about God will have on their understanding of truth and morality.

 


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