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Saturday, May 11, 2013

Review - "Apocalpyse" by Phillip W Simpson

Apocalypse (Rapture Trilogy, #3)


Publication Date: February 15, 2013
Genre: Young Adult, Science Fiction, Paranormal

The seven years of the Tribulation are almost over. The Apocalypse- the final battle between good and evil - is almost upon us and with it, the end of the world as we know it.

For the last seven years, the half-demon Samael has battled his inner demons as well as the very real demons that inhabit the desolate, ash-shrouded Earth. Betrayed by Heaven and Hell, cursed by the surviving humans that he strives to protect, separated from all those he loves – Sam’s existence is filled with death and despair.

Now he must make a choice. Continue to fight for those he swore to protect or leave them to their fate and join his father in Hell. The Apocalypse is coming and it isn’t going to wait for Sam to make up his mind.


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Tanya's Review:


This is the third and final book in the The Rapture Trilogy.  It continues with Sam an battling with his himself and the demons that run through Earth.  The Apocalypse is drawing near and Satan is doing everything he can to sway Sam into standing beside him when the time has come to fight against good. 

 


This book isn’t really much different than the last two; you have same still thinking about Aimi, trying to figure out if what he is doing the right thing, battling with his father & the demon hoards and finding himself making friends along the away.

The big difference is that in this book, the Apocalpyse is drawing near and Sam is unsure whether or not he should continue with his battle for good or join his father, and that is when the one person who can help decides shows up, Aimi.  Events take place to make you wonder if Sam can continue to go on like he has and of course the one big question, what will become of him when the Apocalpyse happens.

I enjoyed reading this book and felt that everything from all three books came together perfectly.  I was saddened by the death of one individual (will not be named to spoil anything) as I grew found of this individual.  However I absolutely loved how the story ended and don’t think any it should’ve ended any other way.

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