25 July 2019

The String | Book Review


Welcome to the string, a game of impossible decisions and deadly consequences. Let's go over the ground rules.

Rule #1: Participation is mandatory.
Rule #2: If anyone refuses to play, all threats will come to pass.
Game on.

Get ready for a deadly social experiment as a sociopath known as The Conductor delivers disturbing threats and twisted moral dilemmas to unsuspecting students and staff.

As a powerful instinct for self-preservation sweeps through the campus, one man has a grave decision to make. Will university cop Markus Haas play the game to protect those he loves? Or will he break the string and incite massive chaos--and even death?

In the great suspense tradition of Ted Dekker and Steven James, Caleb Breakey's explosive debut novel will have you turning pages into the night.

Publisher: Revell
Release Date: July 16, 2019


A thrilling debut novel from Caleb Breakey, The String is perfect for fans of Ted Dekker and Steven James, as the blurb suggests, as well as Frank Peretti.

It’s a terrifying game led by a madman, known as The Conductor, and the characters have little choice but to give in to the blackmail, deception, and psychological manipulation—but that does not mean they are playing without a fight.

Needless to say, The String is a story full of twists and turns. I never knew what would happen next, and the suspense Breakey creates is pitch perfect for the genre. I cannot wait to read more from him in the future.

I received a complimentary copy of this book and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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