Storm (book 3 in the Swipe Series)
by Evan Angler
(I received this book for review purposes.)
Genre- Juvenile Fiction / Religious / Christian / Action & Adventure
Publisher- Thomas Nelson
Number of pages- 274
Age Group- Young Adult
Description of book- Paperback, $9.99, ISBN: 978-1-4003-2197-1
Logan Langly and his sister Lily live in the future under a leadership that makes everyone get “The Mark” at the age of thirteen. Lily has “The Mark” and has become an important part of the leadership. Logan didn’t get “The Mark” and is the leader of the Markless Revolution.
Now there is a chemically manufactured plague that can kill many people and Lily needs Logan’s help to stop it. Will he help her or will he refuse, since he doesn’t know if he can trust her? My thoughts: Storm was an interesting book. It is the third book in the Swipe Series and I have not read the first two books. I feel that reading the first two books would have filled me in on the relationships, but this book did stand by itself.
I’m not sure what to think of Lily. Sometimes it seems as if she is working for General Lamson and sometimes it seems like she is helping those who are a part of the Markless Revolution (the good guys). It seems like the next book will provide the answers.
I do like her brother, Logan. He is the leader of the Markless, those who are not a part of the government or those who follow them, after they have gotten, “The Mark.” He is a strong character and his faith is what helps him be a great leader and friend to those he is close to.
I recommend, Storm by Evan Angler.
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- Keanan Brand
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- Sarah Faulkner
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- Jason Joyner
- Carol Keen
- Shannon McDermott
- Meagan @ Blooming with Books
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- Chawna Schroeder
- Jacque Stengl
- Jojo Sutis
- Jessica Thomas
- Steve Trower
- Phyllis Wheeler
- Rachel Wyant
Disclosure of Material Connection- I received a free copy of Storm by Evan Angler to review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations. I am part of CSFF. All links were current when posted.