Friday, March 9, 2007

Thief of Souls by Darian North


"The latest psychological thriller from national bestselling author Darian North examines the frightening world of a religious cult. A loving husband becomes devastated when his beautiful but troubled wife abandons him and their young daughter for a mysterious and seductive cult. Coping with the loss, the husband immerses himself in raising his daughter, discovering the joys of fatherhood. But the reprieve is only temporary as the cult kidnaps his daughter. To save his child, the husband must enter the cult's compound--alone and unarmed--and resist the temptations of their mesmerizing leader before he descends into a nightmare world of spiritual corruption, sexual seduction, and paralyzing fear!"

My thoughts:

First, I should jot down some thoughts right after I read a book, not weeks later. In any case, I remember this book as a good thriller about cults, family, and how a man learns the difference between a destructive relationship and one based on mutual strength and companionship.

Date read: 2/19/2007
Book No.: 18
Rating: 3* = good
Genre: Thriller

ISBN-10: 0451188969
ISBN-13: 978-0451188960
Publisher: Signet
Year: 1998
No. of pages: 432
Binding: Paperback

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