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  • I really enjoyed this book and have since read all in the series. Her fast paced accounts of events involving mysteries in different churches or "holy" places around the world remind me a bit of Dan Brown's novels .Shorter reads and vey exciting.

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  • Pentecost. Arkene 1

    Amazing book. Leads me to read bible thoroughly..

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  • Great story, but not enough exposition

    "Show, don't tell." JF Penn seems not to know this cardinal rule of writing. This is a fantastic story poorly written. She tells most of the story from an omnipotent outside POV that summarizes the most important parts of the story. I wanted more of each location, more dialogue and less interminable summaries of what happened. Otherwise it's a good story. She just tells it in a boring way. See anything by Stephen King or Tom Clancy for perfect examples of showing events, not telling of them!

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  • Stones of Fire

    Fascinating story that encompasses biblical events and mythology of the apostles. Fast paced narrative with exotic settings and all the elements of action, adventure and crime solving. I encourage every student of religious history and biblical knowledge to read this book.

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  • Excellent Action Thriller

    In "Stone of Fire," (previously Pentecost), we are introduced to Morgan Sierra, an Oxford University psychologist who is more than what she seems. The action starts immediately as she is quietly awaiting an appointment in her office. From the first action sequence to the last, we are treated to one non-stop action thrill ride. When Morgan comes into contact with ARKANE and meets Jake Timber, the two are off on a globe-hopping quest to find the twelve stones of the Apostles. With menacing villans and unceasing resistance coming at them from every direction, Morgan manages to hold her own, extricate herself from each dilemna and find the artifacts she's looking for. She is a very strong and believable female lead who takes things into her own hands and doesn't wait around for Jake to come and help her. This is escapist fiction at its finest; however, the author has managed to pack an incredible amount of detail and facts into the story without it slowing down the pace or detracting from the action. You'll be extremely glad there are already several books in this series because you won't be able to stop with just one.

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