William Collin’s book, Babylon’s Falling was extremely well done. From start to finish, I really enjoyed this book. Our story begins right after Jerusalem’s fall, and the march for all the captives that began at that time. I felt transported back in time to a world of the author’s own imagining.
A good book for me has always been one that can grip and engage me, something that Babylon’s Falling certainly did. The author did his research and also added in a bit of his own creativity of the time, of how things could have been. The story stayed primarily focused on Daniel, however did at times shift its attention towards his three friends and their travail in the fiery furnace.
I would recommend this book to anyone who appreciates the Biblical Fiction genre, especially those who have been craving yet unable to find a story on Daniel. This is, to my knowledge the best to date. Biblical Fiction is one of my favorite genre’s which is why I’m always happy to see a great addition to it. I’d give this book a 5/5 stars for a well crafted, interesting, and gripping story that the reader desires to delve into and finish, something I was up late last night doing in order to get to the end of the story.
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