The end of days has begun and Lucifer has a plan to clone himself and unleash his son of perdition. Meanwhile the brothers Jason, Adrian, and Nick De Vere uncover some skeletons in the closet of their family history. It all ties into what Yehovah has in store for the Race of Men and the ultimate Judgment to come upon the Fallen as well.
Warning! This Christian Fiction while profound, brilliant, and creative, had one or two words many Christians may feel are vulgar-but it is on a minor level.
Son of Perdition has no problem grabbing hold of your attention and demand that you jet through the pages. Just don’t go too fast or you’ll miss golden nuggets of information (and somewhat complex historical economical situations) they really do matter. Secondly, the characters Wendy has created with her brilliant mind are three dimensional and respond well to their environment. Even while reading a few tears were shed because two beloved characters pass away and it seemed unpredictable.
A minor pitfall was Jason’s stubborn behavior. Makes a person just want to scream, “Don’t you see what is going on, Jas?” that’s typical though. Then there was the grammatical/dialogue context that caused some confusion as to which character was speaking. Watching for a reaction and double reading the dialogue solves this.
Want a quote to chew on?
“And still he stared into the stranger’s face. Fully accepted. Fully embraced. Sin not condemned, yet wholly identified with. Every weakness fully accepted…”(Son of Perdition, 2010, p. 229).
About the Author
Wendy Alec was born in the Welbcck street in the heart of London and grew up in Durban, South Africa. She pursued the creative arts training in speech, drama, and music and today is director of television and creative director of God TV. While learning screenplay writing she began her drafts of the Chronicles of the Brothers series and decided to turn them into movies but she had to have them in print first. The movie rights has currently been bought, so expect to see this epic series on screen soon. For more on Wendy visit The Chronicles of the Brothers.
Son of Perdition
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