Review: The Forever Saga: Flash

Official overview:

“Long ago, the first reign of Grigori Geist nearly destroyed the Earth.

Returned from exile, Geist is secretly rebuilding his kingdom beneath Antarctica and assembling his robotic Vaucan race to conquer mankind. Only one obstacle remains: the war hero Brian Renney.

Yet Brian is now losing a battle against his fears. Scars of heart and mind linger in the Vietnam veteran and retired coach, fueling nightmares that leave him abrasive as a husband and father. His failures embitter his youngest son, Jason – a star athlete torn between pursuing the woman he loves, and meeting the demands of a father who is far from the storied army captain he once was.

And all the while, Geist is coming for them.

Against an ancient tyrant and his servants, Brian and Jason must face a threat that plagues the world from deep shadows…and gain an ally who, once meant for evil, will forever be a force for good.”

Most books try very hard to create an innovative, new world, but fail with a rehashed idea.  You will be pleasantly surprised when you are introduced to the Vaucans and the world of Grigori Geist.

I cannot go into great detail about The Forever Saga: Flash without ruining what I would consider an amazing read.  I am not much of a book reader, but there are occasional novels that capture my attention, and The Forever Saga: Flash is such a one.

Reading through the very first chapter is an introduction into a world that I had no previous knowledge of. It felt fresh and well constructed. Many books that I have read are rehashes of older ideas, and I never once felt like The Forever Saga: Flash was a rehash.

That being said, I will admit that getting through the first chapter was slightly challenging, only because Sean C. Sousa has to immediately indoctrinate you into this world for the rest of the book to flow.  I found it easier to go back to the first chapter after I had been reading for awhile to re-encounter the introduction and understand it better.

The character development is outstanding and you can tell that research was conducted prior to writing the book.  Many books struggle in this area, as you begin to read something you are intimate with, but can see through the imagination. Brian and Jason are characters that seem to live within the pages of this book.

On a spiritual level, there are many allusions to biblical principals, but without Christian lenses none would be the wiser.  Its subtle mentioning of God and the Word of God bring a comfortable familiarity while reading and only add to the value of The Forever Saga: Flash.

If you are looking for a fantastic, well-written book with an awe-inspiring world, you owe it to yourself to read The Forever Saga: Flash.

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Drew Koehler

Founder and writer for Geeks Under Grace. Christian, Husband, Father, Sailor and Geek!

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