4 out of 5 stars
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Judas Priest was a place founded by ecclesiastical priests in 2045. It ended up being a place that collected criminals from different places between the stars. Dr. Francis Fernandez Jr. was the most famous criminal there. He did his research on humans and reptiles and manipulated their DNA. Dr. Fernandez kidnapped Jude, and Parker was sent to rescue him. Will she succeed? Will Jude return safely to his parents? What will happen to Dr. Francis Fernandez Jr.? You can learn about all of that when you grab Judas Priest II: Parker by Eric Stephen Booth.
The highlight of this book for me is the smooth writing style. I didn't feel bored, even when I couldn't understand what was going on. The book took me in from page one, although it didn't have a proper introduction. Also, I can see great potential in it. I can easily see it turning into a movie with the necessary alterations, which will include adding more details. I liked the cover photo and found it interesting.
The book's editing was exceptional. I couldn't notice any errors. I felt confused at times and that I needed more information and explanations. I see great potential in the series, and I look forward to more books with more clarifications. I still enjoyed the book and found it interesting. The last chapter was the best, and things made more sense after reading it. Therefore, I rate Judas Priest II: Parker by Eric Stephen Booth four out of five stars.
I know this kind of book has a wide audience. People who like science fiction and interstellar events will enjoy that. Also, people who like to read about scientists who go too far with their research will find it there. I believe it would be better to read the whole series to get a better understanding of the characters and events.
Judas Priest II
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