Almost Damned

Author: Christopher Leibig

Publisher: Koehler Books

Release Date: April 1, 2021

Rating: 4 out of 5.

A legal thriller of Heavenly proportions!

Samson Young has learned a lot in the last year, both about himself and the world in general.  As his caseload has grown, he has started to realize that the people in his life and those that he has represented are remarkably interconnected.  As events start to unfold before him, he realizes that all the difficult cases he has been involved in are leading up to the biggest case of his life, where we will literally have to lay out good and evil.  But not everyone wants this case to happen and are willing to do whatever it takes to stop it coming to pass!

So, everything in Chris’s previous book written five years ago that was confusing, yet somewhat interesting, has finally come into focus with his new release.  This book was much more interesting and really delves into an area that a lot of people don’t know about.  Readers will be transported to a world in the time of Genesis before the flood of Noah when the Sons of God fell from earth to mate with human woman, thereby creating a mixed race.  A large part of this book calls on the Book of Enoch, which is only used in the Ethiopian bible, but goes into much more detail on the events concerning this.  If you haven’t read (or even heard) of that, don’t worry, Leibig does the legwork for you in this and may cause you to even do research on your own.  The way this is all laid out makes it really interesting and worth a read.

There is a lot of foul language throughout the book as well as some implied sex scenes, though nothing is graphic.  This book is recommended for mature audiences.

I received a complimentary copy of this title from the publisher.  The views and opinions expressed within are my own.

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