The 13th Tribe Fiction Review : 2012/04/08
The 13th Tribe: (An Immortal Files Novel)The 13th Tribe
by Robert Liparulo
Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2012, 398pp., softcover
takes Christian speculative fiction to new heights. Acclaimed author Robert Liparulo weaves Old Testament history and modern military technology into an engrossing thriller with plenty of twists. I abhor reviews that give away too much of the plot, but I can say that the tribe is a small group of "immortals" from the time of Moses that seeks to win favor with God through vigilante operations, killing evil people without compunction as the centuries pass by.
When former army ranger Jagger Baird's family crosses paths with the tribe during a mission, he is forced to fight for his loved ones against overwhelming odds across three countries. A mysterious new friend named Owen comes to his aid as they race against time to stop a major mission that could kill multitudes.
As in prior Liparulo novels such as Germ
, the action is intense and unrelenting. You won't want to put this one down!
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