Genesis 5020

My Story for His Glory

Vain Empires by Brandilyn Collins June 30, 2016

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 4:30 pm
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They were stuck on this remote island, all of them. Trapped in this reality show. No way to stop whatever came next. No way at all.

Six people arrive on a remote island–contestants in the “reality show of the century,” Dream Prize. The winner will be the person who learns the most facts about the others and gains the most viewer votes. Sounds simple. But the three men and three women soon discover nothing is as expected.

They are alone on the island. Cameras surround them, filming twenty-four hours a day. And their challenge? Discover which of the Seven Deadly Sins each contestant, including themselves, represents.Turns out each person has a damning secret–one that could ruin his or her life. Those secrets are about to be revealed on live television.

And this is only the beginning of the twists in the game.

My thoughts:
I love Brandilyn Collins and that is why I bought this book to read. I don’t know how she comes up with her stories but I have loved and devoured every book I have read by her. This book is one I couldn’t wait to keep reading. I had to find out what was going on.
There were parts of the book that were a little scary, just the unknown factor and then there were other parts that were disturbing.
And oh, the twist at the end, I never saw it coming and I couldn’t stop thinking about it. I want to go back and re-read the book to pick up on the clues now that I know what I know. This is definitely a book that will keep you thinking after you finish it.
Even though this is a book written by a Christian author and one of the characters does have a relationship with Jesus I think an unbeliever could read this book and not be offended or feel like they are getting preached at.
I highly recommend this one:)
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