Wonders Never Cease by Tim Downs
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Coming from an avid fan of the Bug Man, Wonders Never Cease is completely unlike anything else Downs has written.
A very fast, enjoyable read. I finished it in two days. The scenario is believable and interesting, and is a good reminder that not only are angels and supernatural powers very much at work in our world today, but a reminder to be careful of anything that--no matter how good it seems--contradicts God's Word even slightly.
Kemp annoyed me to no end. I never ended up liking him, and from an author standpoint, loved that aspect, because sometimes it's a nice switch-up to have a central character that is unlikeable and yet, people want to read about him anyway. Natalie's backstory could have been alluded to more...I felt a little left in the dark about her background and would have liked to know more.
The ending felt a tad rushed; I wish Downs had fleshed out the ending a big more, as some parts of it felt a little too ambiguous.
Overall, a fun read.
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[cross-posted from my Goodreads account]