What a great way to get a bit more insight into the characters I've already come to know through other podiobooks and e-books by authors I am both familiar and unfamiliar with. I enjoyed reading a bit more about those I knew, and have also gained an interest in some of those I haven't read yet (but will seek out their work for future reading). A very enjoyable read that is broken up into seperate stories by chapters enabling me to come back to the book with a break inbetween and not feel as though I've forgotten something that I need to reread.
I love the way Casey writes! Eternity peaked my interest from the first chapter. I found myself wrapped up in the story line, anxious to get back to the story whenever I had to put the book down. Casey gives you enough of the back story to hook you, but keeps the intrigue in the story by always leaving that illusive element just out of your reach. This is a love/hate book. You love some characters and hate others. Just the kind of book I love to read, the kind where you stay up late reading because you don't want to put it down.
Organized religion is a large part of the story line, but not any religion we are already familiar with. This is a supernatural based religion, one that really does have power. Eternity is about seeing what's in front of you, but not seeing it. It's about conformity and resistance. It's a good book, and I am anxious to read the sequel.