The Sentinel by Kimberly Lewis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
4 Cranky Stars!
“The Sentinel” by Kimberly Lewis was a great installment in the Celestial series.
Once again, my mind was challenged by her creative take on religious doctrine and human sexuality. Be prepared. This book is probably the most graphic one in the series. Lewis handles the scenes in such a tender manner that it doesn’t read like porn. I actually found a lot of it to be humorous.
The characters draw you into this story and hold your attention hostage. Lewis took the character of Satanas (also known as Lucien Tate and Lucifer) and gave him a softer side. Outstanding! I couldn’t help but wonder about the possibilities. Lewis is ingenious with painting these angels with human qualities. Even the Enforcer angels, known for their stern exteriors, developed a gentler side.
Once again I’m astounded at the research in Lewis’ novel. She doesn’t just toss around terms like Watchers, Morning Star, and Book of Life. All of them have been covered in religious doctrine. It’s a matter of digging up the details. Thank you Kimberly Lewis for doing that in such an entertaining, intriguing way.
I appreciated the way Lewis combined fiction and religion in her story. Her writing is extremely creative, entertaining and mind bending.
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