Flight of Shadows (book review)


Part speculative fiction, part sci-fi, and part political statement, Flight of Shadows by Sigmund Brouwer is the sequel to Broken Angel. Caitlyn Brown’s unique, manipulated genetics have the potential to change humanity, but she doesn’t want that kind of power or that kind of publicity. Fast paced and futuristic, the bottom line remains a theme to which we long to relate: a father who loves his daughter and wants her to live the life of freedom to which she was born.

Brouwer’s imaginative pen gives flight to many unasked questions. What if America was transformed into a city-state society like that of the ancient Greeks? What if religious extremists took over American politics? What if scientists could manipulate DNA to such extremes? Flight of Shadows is a thriller not for the faint of heart.

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Disclaimer: WaterBrook Multnomah provided me with a free review copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.

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