Absolution Island (The Salvation State Book 2)

Absolution Island The Salvation State Book Editor s Pick The chase is over For Rebecca Daniel and the rest of the Forgottens of Second Salvations there is only one choice get with the program or die But there s a spy lurking somewhere withi

  • Title: Absolution Island (The Salvation State Book 2)
  • Author: Marcus Damanda
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Editor s Pick The chase is over For Rebecca, Daniel, and the rest of the Forgottens of Second Salvations, there is only one choice get with the program or die But there s a spy lurking somewhere within the cabins of Angel Island, someone with contacts in the outside world Ruth Black is determined to find out who it is before the world learns the truth about her and a Editor s Pick The chase is over For Rebecca, Daniel, and the rest of the Forgottens of Second Salvations, there is only one choice get with the program or die But there s a spy lurking somewhere within the cabins of Angel Island, someone with contacts in the outside world Ruth Black is determined to find out who it is before the world learns the truth about her and about the special punishment ministry of her husband, the Reverend Matthew Rebecca and Daniel are not destined to remain forgotten very long Welcome to New America one nation, under God An island prison, just for kids, built to convert the very worst of them Kids like Rebecca and Daniel, with one impossible task Escape.

    One thought on “Absolution Island (The Salvation State Book 2)”

    1. Though I really love Marcus Damanda's writing, I think Absolution Island fell into the "second book" category. What I mean by this is, a lot of the sub-plots were hashed out more, but not much really happened to progress the main storyline. Don't get me wrong--I love the story. It's intriguing, it's intense, it's downright frightening. But things I wanted to happen didn't happen. Though this will make for a very, very action-packed book three, I think Absolution Island could have ended with some [...]

    2. Couldn't put it down!This book is every bit as good as Salvation State. Sometimes, series like these can lose steam or become trite, but there was none of that at all. The pacing is perfect, the story is unique and interesting, and the characters are all so well written that I wish the books were longer! If you're a fan of dystopian fiction, you absolutely must read these books. I can't wait for Revelation Way!

    3. This incredible book launches straight back into the terrifying drama surrounding Rebecca and Daniel. It was like there was no break between book 1 and 2 - I remembered everything from #1 without needing to pause or rethink, because book 1 was so vivid and original. Book 2 well and truly lives up to the first book's high standard.Do not read this book if you have to be somewhere tomorrow because you are not likely to get much sleep. It is gripping - it grabs hold of you and drags you along on a [...]

    4. Although it's been a while since I read book 2, I dove into this and became reacquainted with the characters and their dark circumstances immediately. I read it in one day. Damanda has a consistent style with fantastic pacing and a style that weaves into the reader's mind and won't let go. I kept wanting to read about Rebecca, Daniel, and the other fascinating characters embedded in an amazing plot.

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