Paul Hoffman wrote The Left Hand of God back in 2010 and
fans went crazy. He then wrote book two and received 50/50
feedback. I read book one and loved it, but I have to
I lost track of the series and missed book two, so when I
saw book three I thought why not if it's awesome I'll go
back and find the second one.
Though I probably won't go find the second one, I enjoyed
the final book in the trilogy and it had enough background
that I don't need to find book two. Still the first was
such a masterpiece that Paul Hoffman has yet to reproduce
another book of that quality. With THE BEATING OF HIS
though Paul Hoffman has given you a great story and tied
the lives of characters you came to love in The Left Hand
The premise of THE BEATING OF HIS WINGS, has the hero Cale
in a situation where he must stop the Redeemers who
they must destroy God's greatest mistake, mankind. Now if
he if could only stay healthy enough to get the job done
before the Redeemers kill even more innocent people. Cale
along with his friends and allies manage to put up a
brilliant defense. The battles and stories of these people
keep you turning the pages until the end, when you
how their stories end.
My only problem with this book is the appendix and the
intro before the story starts. I am not quite sure what
author was trying to do with that. The whole thing seemed
THE BEATING OF HIS WINGS by Paul Hoffman is a great ending
to what was an awesome beginning.
Following the bestselling novels The Left Hand of God and
The Last Four Things comes the final installment of Paul
Hoffman’s stark, epic trilogy.
Thomas Cale has been running from the truth….
Since discovering that his brutal military training has
been for one purpose—to destroy God’s greatest mistake,
mankind itself—Cale has been hunted by the very man who
made him into the Angel of Death: Pope Redeemer Bosco.
Cale is a paradox: arrogant and innocent, generous and
pitiless. Feared and revered by those who created him, he
has already used his breathtaking talent for violence and
destruction to bring down the most powerful civilization
in the world.
But Thomas Cale’s soul is dying. As his body is racked
with convulsions, he knows that the final judgment will
not wait. As the day of reckoning draws close, Cale’s
sense of vengeance leads him back to the heart of darkness
—the Sanctuary—and to confront the person he hates most in