Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Matt Bronleewe's Illuminated ~ Reviewed

Title: Illuminated
Author: Matt Bronleewe
Publisher: Thomas Nelson, Inc.
ISBN: 978-1-5955-4249-6
August 7, 2007

Matt Bronleewe’s Illuminated is a refreshing novel full of intrigue, suspense, mystery and love.

When August Adams’ family is threatened, the rare manuscript dealer reaches across the centuries to match wits with a renaissance printer in order to decipher clues in not one, but three Gutenberg Bibles.

Soon August’s estranged wife, April, is caught in the layers of deceit and forced to risk the destruction of the very books she is paid to protect in her job at the Library of Congress.

As they try to unravel the clues, the couple reaches across the miles, across their failed marriage, and through a web of moles within the government and within two powerful bloodthirsty societies who have fought since the time of Gutenberg himself.
No one and nothing is exactly what it seems in Bronleewe’s page turning romp of intrigue.

Reviewer: Marjorie Smith


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Anonymous said...

great review! I couldn't agree more! This book is a thrill ride taht never stops. I definitely hope we see more from these characters (and author) again.