Epiphany

Epiphany

By Nickolae Gerstner

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This quote from the book is freaking funny;

“Nick was never annoying, never malicious. He did like to study people and ferret out what could be called their unprotected spots and test their reaction to a well-directed challenge. It was legitimate research into human behavior.”

–         From the book

 

Epiphany, a story about a priest with an exciting life. But extremely weird. Philip Rockcastle is a priest that had a pretty normal life until one of his parishioners gets into trouble with the law. Feeling personally attached to the situation he sets out to try and clarify what he thinks is a mistake. Meanwhile he starts having feelings for a women and while fighting that a long lost daughter appears now making him question his position.

 

Okay, to be super honest when they told me the plot and offer me the book I was really excited. This book sounded different than what I normally read and also very interesting. But when it arrived and I saw it, I almost didn’t read it. The cover wasn’t appealing for me at all. Plus, I don’t think it makes since with the book. I mean I kind of figure why the author picked it but I still think it’s bad. You’ll know what I mean when you read it.

Putting that a side the writing was great and the author really kept you interested. There’s a lot of turns that make you wonder what’s going to happen next. And the author (at least to me) made a really good job throwing you in all kinds of directions. I mean when I was reading it, sometimes, I thought the plot was leading me somewhere, but it like change, or something like that. I don’t know. You should read it and try to make since of it. It’s really easy to get sucked into it. Like literarily, I grabbed it and like in two seconds I got lost in it. That doesn’t happen to me a lot.  Is that good.

Again I know the cover is not appealing. But give it a chance like I did. You won’t regret it. The ending is freaking awesome.

Here are some links so you can get the book;

Amazon   BookDepository

Smith Publicity provided me with this book in exchange of an honest review.

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