Vigilante – Book Review
Robin Parrish’s latest novel is Vigilante, released this summer by Bethany House Publishers. I have read all of Robin’s books and jumped at the chance to review this book for free from Bethany House. Just like all of his other novels, this story is well written and very descriptive, and it moves along quickly.
Nolan Gray, the country’s most decorated and skilled soldier, is dead. At least that’s what all the news reports are saying. Gray, together with a small team, has faked his murder so that he can tackle his most important mission ever. (description from the back cover of the book)
This story takes place in the not too distant future, when the world is overtaken by evil, people running wild, having little value of life. Gray, the protagonist, chooses to lead a life of a better example, encouraging others “there is a better way,” by saving the innocent from the “bad guys” and generally helping people in trouble.
There was an aspect of the book that I did not like, but I cannot explain it without spoiling the plot. I do recommend this book, if you like stories filled with action. Once you pick it up, you will not want to put it down until the end. I am looking forward to reading more from author Robin Parrish.