Friday, November 12, 2010
Peter Bishop is on a mission to save his two children, Micah and Michelle. He has one chance left to get the children into the safe arms of their mother. Peter calls Thomas Kent, an old college friend and leaves a message saying "Save my children", those are the last words Peter Bishop ever says.
Thomas Kent, is a man with baggage, trying to cope with the death of his wife and children in a car accident, he has no desire to help anyone, let alone someone he hasn't heard from in years.
Thomas reluctantly decides to help Micah and Michelle find there mother Justine, who is in hiding, she is hiding from a cult, who is desperately trying to find Justine and take her out before she can expose the cult and all its leaders.
Thomas and Justine find themselves on a mission to bring down a cult and save themselves from a group of people that will stop at nothing.
This book is really an interesting book, the fact that cults can so easily deceive people was really eye opening and believable. Blind Sight is a good read, and I looking forward to reading more books by James H. Pence.
Disclaimer: I was not paid for this post. I was sent a copy of Blind Sight free of charge. Thanks to Kathy Carlton Willis Communications for the book.