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Posted January 12, 2014
I found Jude to be a compelling, thought-provoking read. The desire for political power by billionaire Jude Asher clashes with his twin brother Tom’s lack of interest in any aspirations that throw him into the public eye. A suspenseful atmosphere permeates the story through the mysterious forces that seem to further Jude’s efforts.
Some scenes were a bit slow in moving the story forward, but for the most part, I felt drawn into the action, wondering when or if Jude’s efforts would be foiled.
Characterization was well done. I especially enjoyed some of the psychological introspection revealed in Tom’s character as he expressed concern for his brother, yet harbored a reluctance to get involved with his political aspirations. His cavalier attitude toward his incredible wealth gives him a much more humanitarian minded world view than that of his twin brother.
I would recommend this book to readers who enjoy books that deal with political figures and the wielding of power, as well as those who appreciate a well thought out story with a hint of spiritual warfare.
Thank you to David C Cook for providing this ebook copy.
Posted October 25, 2013
I gave this book a 5* rating because I know there those who like these kind of books... I didn't like it because there were too many long winded explinations about things that I just couldn't wrap my mind around... boring book to me...
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Posted November 24, 2013
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