Thursday, April 13, 2017

A review of 'Baqash'

Here is a brief review of Baqash, written by Indie Author CE Wilson.


Sarah sat at the feet of her friend Joseph. He was an old wizened man with wispy tufts of gray hair. He leaned forward in the rocking chair and whispered to her, “be prepared.” “Be prepared for what,” she wondered. Sarah took off her ball-cap and ran her fingers through her chopped at red hair. Her parents were taken away from her, she and many of the faithful absconded into this 1890’s house, and the future looked bleaker than the past. As for the past? The world-wide earthquake took that away first. And then hail and fire destroyed hope. A burning star fell from the sky, broke upon impact, and poisoned a third of all drinkable water. What grieved her heart most was that the stars in the sky were taken away. At night you could go out and never see a single one because of the dust and ash that was cast into the heavens. When was the last time she’d seen a clear sky? Amidst all of this she had a dream, a dream of the man she would marry. One simple question plagued her: “How am I supposed to find him?”

My rating: 4 Stars

A brief review:

For anyone who enjoys reading end times fiction, look no further. This one is for you. With a story that moves along, characters who are well written and not paper cutouts, and an intriguing storyline that will keep you reading, Baqash comes highly recommended. Looking forward to reading more from CE Wilson as his series continues.

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Other works by CE Wilson:

October Falling: Baqash Origins

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