Sunday, January 28, 2018

Review: Skeleton Dolls: Children of the Tower

30111242 Skeleton Dolls: Children of the Tower by Kenny Lee Lewis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Identical twins Jennifer and Camille Johnson have spoken their own language-twin speak, some call it- since they were toddlers. But the secret of their mysterious incantations predates the Flood back to the Tower of Babel. After raising a childhood friend from death on national television, they face ridicule and fame from both their fans and their enemies. Reviled by the Church as fallen angels, they pay the price when they resurrect the wrong man, an assassinated terrorist who is bent on revenge. The devastation and destruction that follows is almost more than they can bear.

Pursued by Ray Watts, an investigator who is interested in them for more than their special powers, these lovely young ladies must go to the ends of the earth to escape his obsession. Only by seeking the help of a most unlikely group of people can they find peace, and perhaps discover their purpose among the people of earth.

*I received a copy from the author for review. This does not affect my review.*

Such an imaginative story! I loved seeing Jennifer and Camille and their special gift. The worldbuilding was well done, and the characters interesting and unique!

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