Light of the Last, by Chuck Black

Imagine being blinded in a terrible accident,only to eventually recover and get your sight back…and then some. Drew Carter, in the third book of the Wars of the Realm Seriesregains not only his vision, but the ability to see otherworldly beings that no one else can see.

Are they aliens? Angels? Hallucinations? No matter what they are, they play an instrumental role in Carter’s eventual attempt to save the United States from a disaster so terrible, it will haunt your dreams.

Author Chuck Black, a former F-16 fighter pilot and tactical combat communications engineer, uses his military and technical expertise to paint an intricate, realistic picture of what the secret world of the CIA and other offices of intelligence are capable of.

As a lover of science fiction novels, I was immediately drawn to the storyline. What can be a better read than a book about someone who can see into the supernatural realm and still hold true to the salvation message? The action in this novel has a lot of potential to be a page-turner. There is A LOT of military and technical jargon that sometimes had me merely skimming almost whole pages until I got to a “good part.” But that’s just me. There are a great many people who would appreciate the research behind explaining the weaponry and high-tech gadgets abundantly placed throughout the entire story.

I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in the angelic realm, end-times scenarios, and militaristic novels. This novel is the perfect concoction of the three and will entertain anyone with an eye for detail.


(I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review. All opinions are truthful and completely my own.)