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Review of The Falling Away

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5out of 5

by KeikiHendrix on March 10, 2011

The newest ?Noir Bizarre? novel from T. L. Hines, The Falling Away, is a supernatural suspense similar to his previous novels Waking Lazarus and Faces in the Fire. It?s filled with humor, insanity, and a new take on the biblical phrase ?..the falling away...? from II Thessalonians 2:3.

Dylan Runs Ahead is a Native American from the Crow Tribe of Montana. Addicted to pain killers and running from the shame and guilt of the loss of his sister, Dylan tart running from the first few pages of the book.

This is a supernatural thriller that challenged my thinking of the term used in II Thessalonians. And it may change yours as well, at least it is a different view of the term.

What kind of characters will you find The Falling Away? Quiet an array of interesting groups of people such as supernatural exorcists, enigmatic cult leaders, and last but not least, quiet but quirky members of a sub-culture group that give their lives to ?neutralize? spiritual viruses.

It?s a non-stop supernatural thriller, the kind I?ve come to expect from T. L. Hines. I loved the Native American legends and the spiritual reference to end time events. This is a cleverly written book that ties several themes together. I must say it had me researching the term ??falling away?? and driving me to consider whether this kind of scenario could actually happen.

This is a great read. I recommend it highly.

Reviewed by: Keiki Hendrix
Reviewed for: The Vessel Project
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