Thursday, January 17, 2013

REVIEW - The Lost Stones by Paul Rimmasch

Date:                 1/3/13
Title:                  The Lost Stones
Author:               Paul Rimmasch
ISBN 13:             978-1599558875
Pages:                192
Publisher:            Bonneville Books
Cover:                 Electronic Galley
Rating:                4 Stars

Ammon Rogers grew up a Mormon but wasn't a believer. He's a veteran of the Iraq war. After the war, he wanted to reconnect with his religion. He enrolls at Brigham Young University where he studies religion and physics. During his religion class, he asks what appears to be an innocent question. His professor introduces him to an archaeologist by the name of John. Will Ammon get the answer to his question?

When I first started reading this book, I was concerned with completing it. It started out a little slow. Once it picked up, I was unable to put it down. I was intrigued with the history. Character development was great. Ammon was an inquisitive student whose question even piqued my interest. You're given enough information to keep you on edge and wanting more. If you enjoy a good adventure, this is definitely the book for you. JLH

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