5 Star Review of Worlds Without End: The Mission
Shaun F. Messick has written an excellent story (book 1 of 4) that includes fantastic character development and thrilling narrative. His descriptive storytelling makes one feel as if they were truly present…
The family bond that exists between Adrian Palmer and his son Jake after a few decades of separation from Adrian’s errant Mars expedition, was refreshing nonetheless. The book also demonstrates the need for individual and collective faith in moments of nearly insurmountable circumstances. I sure felt the emotional rainbow, so to speak, throughout the entire book… sadness, greed, fear, pain, helplessness, love, happiness, humor, courage, etc.
Mr. Messick also creatively uses a tangent from John 10:16 to set up the framework of his “Worlds Without End” saga. In this Bible verse, Jesus Christ states, “And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice; and there shall be one fold, and one Shepherd.” This book creates another viewpoint of this commonly-misunderstood verse.
I read the book in one day, while on a business trip in Mexico, and am not sure how I can wait until the next one is released. Thrilling, yet faith inspiring, “Worlds Without End: The Mission” is both an easy buy and an excellent read!