Memoir of a Doomsday Prophet By Randall DeVallance (Book Review #1041)

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Memoir of a doomsday prophet is a suspense thriller about Edwin Block and his time in prison, reminiscing about the time and days that led his life to fall apart. He goes back to when he was still at college and how he failed his exam. He meets Barry Blankenship and joins him in stealing the statue of Thomas Bartholomew from the campus. The drama and encounters after their theft then shape this thriller story to be an exciting ride.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The college drop-out has many adventures to tell, and I found myself lost in some of the side storylines; however, I still enjoyed reading the book. The humour was a delightful addition to the literature. The pace of was the story was steady, and the story in its entirety was entertaining.

Edwin’s personality pulled the story together, and his understanding of his encounters enticed the storyline.

I recommend this book to those who like to read action thrillers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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