Tuesday, July 19, 2011

The Final Hour

Action, suspense, fighting terrorists, prison escapes are just commonplace for Charlie West…and all while he’s still in High School. In the final book of the Homelander Series, The Final Hour, by Andrew Klavan, we finally see a conclusion to the hidden terror plot that Charlie has been desperately attempting to foil.

I really enjoyed this book, and I’m glad I was able to read all of the books in this series. I am very interested in Action and Suspense movies, but I have to admit, I typically don’t find myself reading these types of books. Even though this is a different book than I typically read, I was super interested in the life of Charlie West, and I found myself unable to put the book down. I loved the dedication of Charlie to doing what is right and fighting to keep his country safe. I was especially rooting for Charlie since he wasn’t attempting to save the world for attention and prestige. Rather, he had to look as if he committed a crime, and no one within his community really knew the crimes he was accused of were actually set-ups. Although I’m disappointed this series is over, I look forward to reading future books by Andrew Klavan.

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