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Great Plot But Weighed Down With Research Data ...
am 1. Mai 1999
I'm a BIG fan of Michael Crichton and John Grisham, as well as Frank Peretti. So when I first read this book's title, I was intrigued. The story moved well, I thought, and the plot line fantastic (imagine the blood of Jesus Christ coarsing through your veins!!), but the research Mr. Myers had to do for the book weighed down the story with all the details he put in. It's the kind of mistake that your English teacher told you in school when a writing assingment was due: too many specifics tend to bog down your story. this was the case with Blood of Heaven. It also seemed to me to have been unresolved at the end. I wasn't sure if Myers wanted his readers to leave with the impression of a seuqel. The main character came off as a wimp before the geneticist, Murkowski, and overall, the book was on the negative side. Otherwise, great plot, though.