Required Reading

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Sunday, May 5, 2013

The Sixth Station by Linda Stasi

Dan Brown meet Sandra Brown.   This is a novel of the 2nd Coming.  Alessandra Russo has a Manhattan size chip on her shoulder and a mouth most truck drivers would be ashamed of having.   She despises hypocrisy and authority equally.  She finds herself caught up in a millennium old religious conspiracy.

Demiel ben Yusef is either Satan incarnate or the Son of God.   Alessandra finds herself trying to discover which.  

This book had a fast pace incongruent with it’s thought provoking premise.   It has the hallmarks of a major best seller with intrigue, secret societies, age old vendettas and modern violence.   Ms. Stasi adroitly uses historic underpinnings to provide plausibility to her story.   Her plot encourages skepticism even while reading.   I found myself Googling things to see what was fact and what was fiction. 

I think Ms. Stasi clearly points out that religious conflicts have the potential for being the most destructive of wars.   The book is a captivating read that alludes to historic conspiracies that force you to ponder.   Ms. Stasi makes no attempt to pander to the sensitivities of those who may be offended by her irreverence.  This book will no doubt offend some.  

This is an action adventure mystery that must be read.

I highly recommend. 

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