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Friday, July 19, 2013
Review: Shadow Chaser
Shadow Chaser by Jerel Law
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The quarterlings gather from all over the earth for Angel School to learn how to battle. Little did they know what they were preparing for.
In this, the third of the series, Jonah faces a loss so great that he questions God. I have to be honest in that I didn't feel like Law spent enough time exporing Jonah's feelings in this (it occurs at the end of the book) and that it is kind of glossed over. All the "right" answers are given to him and all the "right" emotions are displayed but the process feels rushed. If a young person who has experienced such a loss were to read this they might feel cheated.
Other than that this is another good installment in a positive series for young people looking for action and adventure.
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