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on Dec. 07, 2013 :
No Hell is the second book in the Imagine Trilogy by Lex Allen. It was every bit as engrossing as No Heaven, the first in this series. Though not as impactful as the first book, the story was every bit as interesting as the first.
Since I had read the first book, I already knew the characters, so it was easy to pick up where I had left off and follow along as they got into one scrape after another.
Still persued by the CIA and FBI- as well as one who would be the equivalent to the Antiichrist, they try and stay one step ahead of them all as they help Eloah (Jesus) complete his mission on earth.
I was really grateful that the author did not leave this book hanging as so many series writers do. He closed the book at the perfect spot, and I won't have to spend the next few months until the final book comes out in constant wonder about what will happen next. I'm content, for now.
Mr. Allen is a superb writer, and fantastic weaver of fiction. He kept track of all the characters and their stories so that none fell off into oblivion. Personally, I look forward to seeing other books- and subjects, from him in the future.
I recommend this series, but if you haven't read No Heaven, yet, you must do that first. Both books tie in together perfectly, and you'll miss so much if you start with this one first.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)