Wednesday, February 28, 2018

The Trinity by K.P. Ambroziak

The Trinity
by K.P. Ambroziak

My rating: 5 stars

Publisher: K. P. Ambroziak (December 12, 2015)
Publication Date: December 12, 2015
Genre: Suspense
Print Length: 328 pages
Available from: Amazon

A young priest’s prayers are answered when he’s inducted into a secret order. He believes he’s doing God’s work until he witnesses the holy men sacrificing an innocent woman in the name of their cause. Foregoing his oath to men he’s known his entire life, he plots to bring their atrocities to light. 

Can he take down Goliath before the next woman is offered up? 
The Trinity by K.P. Ambroziak

The TrinityThey were entrusted with the spiritual care of their flock. Men of the cloth, Catholic priests, but they perverted their calling with darkness and their own brand of human frailty. They tried to play God at the expense of the innocent lives of young women who became sacrifices at the altar of their depravity.

Raised in the church orphanage, Jacob felt the calling to serve God alongside the men he so revered. What he would discover is murder in the name of God, the church and ungodly power. Does he have what it takes to stand against men with powers far greater than his? An ally will come from the shadows, but can Jacob trust his unbelievable story? The truth stands before him, but is his faith strong enough to do the right thing at any cost? He has always wondered about his parentage, but will the truth set him free or will it chain him to more illusions and lies? How can he tell what to believe?

THE TRINITY by K.P. Ambroziak is a taut and tension-filled suspense that builds with each page! From the beginning where the stage is set there is an atmosphere teeming with the unknown, a darkness that threads its way throughout like a garrote wrapping tighter and tighter. Brilliant writing, characters that feel human, no one is a super hero, but once again, good versus evil will do battle with the very souls of humanity.

While K.P. Ambroziak does create a shroud of darkness around the clergy, it IS isolated to a small group. There is NO judgement raised against Faith, in fact, there are very accurate depictions of keeping faith in a higher power. This is fiction, well told, intense and razor-sharp as this tale builds and builds to an ending that both broke my heart and put it back together!

I received a complimentary copy from K.P. Ambroziak!

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