Book Review: The 13th Tribe


If you have been following my reviews you may have noticed that I enjoy a certain type of book. It's no secret that Ted Dekker is my favorite author! Suspenseful, intense, thriller, those are the types of books that I enjoy and I have to say that The 13th Tribe by Richard Liparulo did not fail to deliver!

I was very excited that I got to snag a copy of this book before they ran out. The book starts out in a archeological dig where the main character has job as a security guard. He has been through a traumatic accident that left him questioning his faith. He and his family decided a change of scenery was needed. The story continues to build and has so many twists and turns that I couldn't put it down. I don't want to give away to much because at the end there was such a plot twist I actually said out loud,"NO WAY!" The story intertwines with the book of Numbers in the Bible, when the Israelites convinces Aaron to make the golden calf. Again, I don't want to give away to much so you need to grab a copy and read it for yourself. If you do, leave me a comment when you finish and let me know what you think!

Now, I don't want to scare you away by the fact that I said Dekker was my favorite author because this is a straight up story with no "slime on the walls". It is an action packed book that I couldn't put down. In fact, as soon as I finished it I went to check out Liparulo's other books!

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