Wednesday, May 25, 2011

REVIEW: The Revelation Gate by Brian L. Thompson

Date:                      5/10/11                          
Title:                      THE REVELATION GATE                       
Author:                   BRIAN L THOMPSON                   
ISBN 10:       
ISBN 13:                  978-0-615-44374-4  
Pages:                    217              
Publisher:               GREAT NATION PUBLISHING                           
Cover:                   Paperback             
Reviewer:              Tamara Bryant – Literary Wonders!
Rating:                   5 Stars

THE REVELATION GATE by Brian L Thompson is filled with thought provoking issues that gives one an instant comparison to the Christian experience. Although THE REVELATION GATE is a work of fiction, the story is based on the premise of a saviour to the rescue.

Part One gives in-depth descriptions of the creation and lineage of the people, and at times is challenging when trying to follow the blood lines as well as remembering the cast of characters and their names and titles. Understanding the characters is important as this helps develop the storyline in Part Two.

In Part Two, the characters develop distinctive personality traits that enhance the on-gong theme of faith.  The main characters Chimelu and Isoke continually struggle with right and wrong and these struggles add another level to the story.

THE REVELATION GATE is an intriguing take on life in its most primitive state and how the power of believing can soften even the hardest of hearts.

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