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Stand (#02 in The 13 Series)

Robbie CheuvrontErik ReedShawn Allen
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Stand (#02 in The 13 Series)
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Stand (#02 in The 13 Series)

Robbie CheuvrontErik ReedShawn Allen

The battle for America continues in the thrilling sequel to The 13: Fall. Having given up his soul's fight against God, CIA operative Jon Keene works to heal the wounds of a broken America. But a new plot is brewing...and this time it's from within.



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About "Stand (#02 in The 13 Series)"

The battle for America continues in the thrilling sequel to The 13: Fall. Having given up his soul's fight against God, CIA operative Jon Keene works to heal the wounds of a broken America. But a new plot is brewing...and this time it's from within.


- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Robbie Cheuvront

Robbie is the worship pastor of The Journey Church in Lebanon, Tennessee, and cofounder of C&R Ministries with Erik. He is also a songwriter and formerly toured with BNA recording artists, Lonestar. Robbie is married to Tiffany and has two children, Cason and Hadyn, and is currently pursuing a theology degree. A

Erik Reed

Erik is the lead pastor and an elder of The Journey Church in Lebanon, Tennessee. He graduate from Western Kentucky University with a B.A. in Religious Studies. He also graduated with his MDiv from Southern Seminary. Erik is married to Katrina, with two children, Kaleb and Kaleigh. A

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Not thrilling
1 stars By Iola, Dec 20 2013
A thriller should be thrilling. It should keep me turning pages like there's no tomorrow. It should keep me awake at night, wondering what's going to happen to the characters (or it should keep me up at night to finish it so I can rest).

A thriller should get my heart rate up.

This didn't. 

I read the first 40%, got bored, so went and read something else (seriously. I'm bored reading a thriller. Doesn't that tell you something?). By the time I got back to it (two weeks later), I'd forgotten most of what had happened in the first portion but quickly picked it up again. The problem was I still wasn't engaged with any of the characters. I gave up not long after the halfway point, where two main characters had a gunfight and I realised I just didn't care who won and who died.
I suspect 13:Stand is written for people who only read a handful of books each year, so have no trouble remembering the plot and characters from a book they read a year ago (several other reviewers have only reviewed this one book. I suspect that's the camp they fall in to). Unfortunately, that's not me.

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  • Catalogue Code 387363
  • Product Code 9781624165078
  • ISBN 1624165079
  • EAN 9781624165078
  • Department General Books
  • Category Fiction
  • Sub-Category Suspense Mystery
  • Publisher Barbour & Co
  • Publication Date Oct 2013
  • Sales Rank #84905
  • DRM Free
  • Printable No

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