Monday, March 26, 2012

Illusion by Frank Peretti





I have been a fan of Peretti’s since I was introduced to his works a few years ago. I was so very excited to see that he was releasing a new title. Illusion was everything I had come to expect from a Peretti novel and more. 

This novel does a great job of giving you the shivers, but its themes are different from previous works. Without the overt use of spiritual forces, Peretti dives into head first metaphysics and a love story. And he does it well.

Illusion is the story of Dane and Mandy. They are a couple that has been performing magic together for the past 40 years. But just when it appeared that they had done their last show, because of the death of Mandy, one last illusion is in the works. 

I don’t want to tell you too much about the story itself, because most of the fun of Peretti books is discovering with the characters exactly what is going on.  Rest assured, you will be in the dark until the story begins to unfold in such a fascinating way that you won’t want to put it down.

As you read this, be prepared to be amazed and mystified. Peretti has done it again!

A copy of this book was given to me by Howard Books for the purpose of reviews. I was not required to give it glowing accolades, but gladly did.

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