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Posted September 29, 2011
In a world where the economy has collapsed and violence has increased on the streets, an ex-elite solider, Nolan Gray, decides to clean up the streets himself as The Hand. He gets help from his former military commander, Arjay - whose talent is engineering, and Alice. Soon Nolan has an archenemy - crime boss Yuri Vasko.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Vigilante is full of cliché's and unsuccessfully rips off the comic genre, like Batman and The Punisher. There are a few well written action scenes throughout the novel. Nolan Gray is an interesting character, but I felt there was just something missing. I like the plot premise, but it would have been better executed as a graphic novel or comic book instead of a Christian novel. Vigilante is written for male readers who love action novels, crime novels, and the occasional comic book. Overall, it was fun read, but the plot is not original and has been done to death.
Posted August 24, 2011
Nolan Gray was being held with a gun to his head and he knew he was about to die, so what happened? I started to read this story and found it quite challenging. Nolan was dead and then he wasn't. He had been in the service and had been captured and in prison with the President of the United States when he was in the service. So upon the death of Nolan President Thornton Hastings knew what a brave man he was and what suffering he took for the other men that was captured nine years before, so he planned a great service for Nolan and wanted him buried at Arlington.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Meanwhile Nolan was listening to all that was being said and done for his passing while he was preparing for the greatest adventure of all. He hoped to save the US from the terrorist that was planning on destroying us.
This book would be really interesting to someone that likes to read about war and the mean things that are happening around us, but I didn't enjoy it.
Thanks to Bethany House for sending me this book to review.