Vigilante Review

Nolan Gray is dead, but manages to take on the evils of the world anyway. With his faith in God fueling him, he has already managed to escape the worst torture any man has ever known and lived to tell about it. Years later, he is dead and ready to be the ultimate vigilante in New York City. I’ve read a few thrillers in my life and this one is at the top of that list. Parrish writes an ordinary man with extraordinary abilities and throws him into impossible situations.

This book took me eight hours to read through—I started it in the morning and couldn’t put it down. By the end, I was left as a puddle of tears as I thought of the type of hope that my ultimate Hero brings to this world. "I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world."

I highly recommend this book to those who are believers and to those who are not. Perhaps even more so to those who are not. The Light shines through the darkness in this novel, and whether you’re looking for it or not, it will find you.

The wicked have had their day.
Morality’s time has come.
There is a better way.

Read an excerpt of Vigilante on Scribd or buy it on Amazon for under $10.

Posted by Jane | at 9/03/2011 06:20:00 PM


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