Valley of Bones by Eric Wilson


Valley of Bones (Jerusalem’s Undead Trilogy)

Eric Wilson

ISBN: 978-1595544605

Rating: 4-1/2 Stars

A unique and nail biting thriller, VALLEY OF THE BONES is the long awaited conclusion to the Jerusalem’s Udead Trilogy. With his first two novels, the author has built a firm foundation of strong characters and a compelling plot. As the characters grew in their faith and maturity, the more thought provoking and intense the story has become.  To fully appreciate how the story has come full circle, it would be a good idea to start with FIELD OF BLOOD, and HAUNT OF JACKALS. You’ll miss so many interesting nuances otherwise.

It was immediately apparent how well researched the series was, both Biblically and geographically. After reading the author’s note, and learning of his travels to the Holy Land, it became even more obvious how influenced he was by his experiences and what a blessing that was for the reader.

This is an epic telling of good versus evil in a diverse and distinctive way you won’t be able to stop thinking about.

Summary:  Gina Lazarescu has been preparing for a battle with The Collectors her whole life. Now everything is on the line as the people she loves the most are in direct danger from the evil undead.

The Collectors are searching for The Crown of Thorns, and when they find it, it will be the end. The only thing standing between them and their wicked desires are Gina, her loved ones, and Those Who Resist.

Thomas Nelson, May 2010, 416 Pages, $14.99, Reviewed by Terri Dukes

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