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Aetherlight: Chronicles of the Resistance Review

The Aetherlight is a role playing game created by in partnership with Tyndale House Publishing and Scarlet City Studios. It is meant to combine scripture and gaming. We were provided a three day pass to play and provide our opinions.

First of all, it looks like a cool game. The initial landing page is almost not helpful in regards to actual game play. The game is a download that is two to three clicks deep, if you know where you're going. Plus there is parent sign up and child sign up, different things in different places. We had some initial problems downloading the game, contacted customer service after clicking around on the site for awhile. They were very quick to respond. Turns out there is an issue with McAfee and downloading the game, they are working on a solution. As we were dealing with that, we tried to download the mobile version, unfortunately, it was too big for our devices.

So you've downloaded the game for PC, click and it's more downloading. You finally t…

Kill Devil by Mike Dellosso

Kill Devil is the second in the Jed Patrick series by Mike Dellosso. In the first of the series, Centralia, we learn about Jed's amazing fighting skills and a little about the government agency that helped hone them. In this book, we see exactly how far Centralia will go to get what they want.

It's a pretty fast paced book, mixed with fight scenes, psychological warfare, and the everlasting grace of God. Dellosso does a great job of mixing in the characters' relationships with God and their struggles. He also does a great job of weaving in a few new characters. If I had any complaint it would be that it all tidied up pretty quick at the end. It could have been a bit more messy and I would have liked it even more, considering there is at least one more in the series.

Overall, the second in the Jed Patrick series does not disappoint. It's a great weekend read about a guy who is trying to discover himself and has the good fortune to have a family to help with that and th…