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  • Posted August 7, 2012

    First, I generally don't take the time to review books, but with

    First, I generally don't take the time to review books, but with The Trinity Signs I had to make an exception. This book has all of the elements of a bestseller: excellent character growth, intense pacing, and a classic good vs. evil theme. It spans the genres of horror, religous fiction and fantasy and should appeal to fans of any or all of those genres. Think The Da Vinci Code but with real demons and dragons!

    So why did I pick this book to review? I have been an avid reader for over forty years and have spent more money on books over that time than I care to think about. Too often I'm disappointed at the end of a book to the point I feel I wasted my money. And these are traditional print books that average eight dollars for a paperback and over twenty dollars for a hardcover. The Trinity Signs delivered a quality read for under three dollars!

    This book is full of action and adventure and deserves to reach a wider audience. I applaud Sullivan for making the move to self-publish and I look forward to reading more of his work in the future. Hopefully those works include the further adventures of Tobias Ramsey, I feel like there is more to his story

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2012

    Really good book! I couldn't put it down. Read it in two sitting

    Really good book! I couldn't put it down. Read it in two sittings.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 20, 2013

    A race against time! Excellent! John Benjamin is the last of th

    A race against time! Excellent!

    John Benjamin is the last of the bloodline linked to the Brotherhood of the Sealed and Tobias Ramsey is the last of the Guardian bloodline who protected the Sealed. It’s up to them to find each of the three Trinity Signs, activating the last one to banish the Devil for the next thousand years and not die along the way. Two guys against all the evil in Hell and the Devil, too. Not a problem. Right?




    Tobias Ramsey has spent his life protecting mankind from monstrous beasts, beasts they never know about or would believe if they saw them. John Benjamin is a drunk with no clue as to his bloodline until a monk shows up with the Crux Signate (a silver cross) and a couple of Hell Hounds on his heels. Passing the Crux to John he sacrifices himself holding off the Hell Hounds so John can escape into the woods which is where Tobias meets up with him, dispatching the beasts. They head to a neighbor’s cabin to fix Tobias’s wounded hand and after an attack by a Phantom, end up taking the lovely Sam with them when they head to The Trinity Church in Boston to look for the first Sign. That’s when things get really interesting.




    Well-written, great plot, fast pace, interesting characters and a race against time. I love a good race against time story to get the blood pumping. Will they or won’t they? What happens next? Will they all make it to the end? What’s the answer to the riddle for the next Sign? What kind of monstrous evil will strike next? All things that keep me reading until the end. This is my first book by Sullivan, but I enjoyed it so much it won’t be my last. 




    *Many thanks to the author for providing me with a review copy. Please see disclaimer page on my blog.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2012

    This is a must read. It's an exciting journey around the world

    This is a must read. It's an exciting journey around the world and back
    ! I kept turning the page wanting to know what would happen next. The
    characters were brilliantly created. If you want an exciting ride just
    buckle your seat belts, sit back, and start to read. I would recommend
    this book to everyone !!

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