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'The Monster Behemoth'
By: S.L. Russell
(Paperback / Bright Pen Books / 274 Pages / $14.95)

Description: The squel to Leviathan With A Fish-Hook, Eileen has moved on to a new life in the city: a new home, new work, new friends, a new church. New pressures and dilemmas confront her, but the shade of Christopher is ever-present in her mind.

Verdict: Trust me, even though you might not be a Christian, you can still enjoy this brand new book, 'The Monster Behemoth.' Indeed, for that matter, you can really enjoy the previous one, 'Leviathan with a Fish-Hook' too!

The book addresses some real-life problems and the way that one event can affect someone in their everyday life. I enjoyed following Eileen on her journey and could empathise with her feelings. I am actually not a great reader and, if you hadn't guessed, I'm not a Christian, but I found the book both interesting and readable.

'The Monster Behemoth' is a fictional encounter set in England that shares the principal character Eileen’s quest to respond Biblically to the effects of change in her life. Eileen closes the door on her relationship with Christopher, sells her home in Holton, and moves to Allerton beginning a new life. Eileen becomes a friend you walk with through her life transitions, while learning from the challenges that change causes her to face.

The characters are realistic and the plot makes you want to keep reading more. It leaves you wanting to know what will happen next. And, with that said, I am truly looking forward to the third and final book in Russell's series, 'The Land of Nimrod.'

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