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by James Byron Huggins
James Byron Huggins’ The Reckoning is a well-paced, action-oriented novel from the Christian publisher Harvest House. The Reckoning is Huggins’ second book, released one year after his 1993 A Wolf Story, also from Harvest House.
James Byron Huggins’ The Reckoning is a well-paced, action-oriented novel from the Christian publisher Harvest House. Aspiring to an epic scope, the story crosses nearly two thousand years of prophecy, international intrigue, and gripping fight scenes. Huggins describes himself as a former award-winning newspaper writer and photographer, recently left a career in law enforcement to pursue writing full-time. The Reckoning opens in Emperor Vespasian’s Rome.
James Byron Huggins' thrillers are catered for the manly man. They are routinely explosive, tautly-paced, and laced with a supernatural element. The Reckoning lives up to his standards and, even though initially confusing, is a bonafide page-turner
James Byron Huggins' thrillers are catered for the manly man. The Reckoning lives up to his standards and, even though initially confusing, is a bonafide page-turner. His protagonist, Gage, is patentedly a superlative killing machine yet is spiritually conflicted. Even though The Reckoning is touted as a "Christian" thriller, it doesn't really get that preachy, which I appreciated. Jonathan Gage is a man at odds with himself and with his murky past as a proficient, highly trained Delta Force.
They wanted to create a superman who could kill anyone – or anything – at their command. But they created something far more terrible.
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Huggins, James Byron. Suddenly Chavez's knife was torn from his hand, spinning like a wheel to land in the dirt. Chavez nodded, grunted, and picked up the knife, which was still in its sheath. Chavez nodded, grunted, and picked up the knife, which was still in its sheath arring, slashing with the sheathed weapons, moving and fighting as if the blades were exposed. Sarah watched, sitting on the woodpile beside the house. Almost 24 hours had passed since she had spoken with her father about Gage, and neither of them had mentioned it again. Sandman was preparing to go into the hills, his usual maneuver with dusk, for first-shift guard duty.
837 beğenme · 2 kişi bunun hakkında konuşuyor. Hey James, I've been thinking about "the Reckoning" making it into a movie. I'd like to see Anson Mount as Gage; Jamie Alexander as Sara; Colin Salmon as Sandman and I forget the other guy's name for Sato. I honestly don't think Sly would make a good Gage. I've truly enjoyed your books. I am looking forward to the sequel of the "Reckoning". Thanks and have an awesome day n week.
James Byron Huggins (born August 14, 1959) is an American thriller writer currently being published by WildBlue Press. With a bachelor's degree in journalism and English Literature from Troy State University, Huggins has an extensive background in journalism. He has won many awards for journalism and photography and has served the cause of persecuted eastern Europeans, particularly in Romania.
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by James Byron Huggins. Huggins, who is now retired from law enforcement, is also an award-winning journalist. This is the story of a man who sought redemption and tried to leave his old life behind. This book is action-packed, gripping and spellbinding. It will pierce you to your very soul. Gage, our hero, is an exile in his own land, abandoned on a military mission by his own country.
James Byron Huggins emerged from the cobwebs of Alabama in 1993 and literally stunned both the American East Coast and West Coast with multiple million-dollar movie and book deals to create some of the most admired story lines and characters in recent fiction
James Byron Huggins emerged from the cobwebs of Alabama in 1993 and literally stunned both the American East Coast and West Coast with multiple million-dollar movie and book deals to create some of the most admired story lines and characters in recent fiction. After creating his allegorical first novel, A Wolf Story, Huggins switched to the counterintelligence genre with the ground-breaking, The Reckoning.