Book Review: The Canary List By Sigmund Brouwer

canarylistThe Canary List is a fasted-paced story about the lives of two completely different individuals whose lives become entangled. Jamie Piper, a twelve-year old and student of Crockette Grey, shows up at his house in the middle of a special night, causing a whirlwind of events. I found this book to be well-written, incredibly interesting, and quite the page-turner. From the beginning, it's obvious that there is something different and special about Jamie, who ends up having the supernatural ability to sense evil. The ending of every chapter left me anxious to find out more about what was going to happen to Jamie and her special ability. That being said, I liked the fact that the title of the book wasn't explained until the end of the book, which after reading the story in it's entirety, really made sense. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys books about the supernatural and conspiracies.

This is a review of an advanced copy, as the release date of the book is June 21st, 2011. However, it is currently available for pre-order on Amazon.

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.

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