The Adventures of Gabriel Celtic

The Adventures of Gabriel Celtic

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

A Little Bragging?...Maybe...

I just received my review from Reader's Favorite for The Book of Gabriel and I a word...Blown Away! :-)

Ok, I know that was two words, but it's not every day that one receives such high praise for one's work. Check out this AWESOME 5-Star review submitted by Rabia Tanveer!

Book Review
Reviewed by  for Readers' Favorite

In The Book of Gabriel by J.T. Lewis, Gabriel Celtic is back and this time he saves the world! Archaeologist Julien Taylor comes across some ancient scrolls during an expedition in present day Iraq. These scrolls are not ordinary scrolls; they predict the end of the world, but also mention the only man who can stop it. Gabriel Celtic. When Gabe learns about it from his old friend, he refuses to believe it, but all the signs point to him and he cannot deny his destiny. However, when Gabe and his family are attacked in their own home, he knows that he has to take some action and he needs to do it fast. He is forced to believe the prophecy and now he is fighting against the man who calls himself The Wolf. If he does not do anything, many innocent people can die. And if he does something, he puts his family at risk. What should he do when he is standing at an impasse? Is he strong enough to stop the monster before it destroys the world?

If you had asked me a few days ago who J.T. Lewis is, I would have said: who? Now, I don't know if I will ever forget this amazing writer. I don't know how I have not read the Gabriel Celtic series. As a first time reader, I have no complaints. Lewis tied the loose ends together pretty well and, even though I have not read the previous books in the series, I had no problems understanding the past references. As the characters are well developed and thoughtfully created, I loved them and understood them without any issues. Now I'm going to read the previous books in the series because if this book is so good, they are bound to be great as well.

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