Tuesday, April 24, 2012
SWIPE by Evan Angler (Booksneeze review)
Evan Angler's book for middle-school aged readers entitled SWIPE surprised me. The subject matter has been covered so often in Christian fiction, and I have read so much poor quality fiction, I found myself happily shocked that Angler's book was pretty darn good. He has taken the Biblical revelation of the mark of the best for obtaining food and created a believable world for young readers.
The main character, Logan Langly, is about to turn 13 and receive the mark. But Logan is a twitchy, nervous boy and he has serious doubts about being marked. Friendships develop, mystery ensues, and drama abounds. Middle schoolers (and even those a little older) will enjoy this well-written book.
On my 'Page Turner Scale' of 1 to 5, I am giving this book a 5.
(Disclaimer: I received this book free of charge from BookSneeze for review purposes.)
Day 181 done :)
Jan L. Burt
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