Fearless a Worthy Second Offering in Suspense Series
- Thursday, August 23, 2007
In Fearless, Parrish quickly proves that he is far from a one-hit wonder, something his INFUZE readers doubtless recall from his earlier serialized novels on this website. Relentless was a much more serialized novel, with short chapters that left the readers dangling on the cliffhangers, hardly able to put the book down in their quest to find out what happens next.
Fearless, on the other hand, has longer chapters, giving Parrish and the readers more time to explore character depth, which Parrish handles with almost as much style as his action scenes, while at the same time, building with a pace reminiscent of Relentless, still keeping the readers at the edge of their seats in anticipation of the final chapter. In fact, I stayed up an extra two hours to finish the book myself, wanting to discover the book’s finale. In fact, the ending is so monumental, Parrish’s readers will be cursing the fact that they have to wait 12 months to discover the Dominion Trilogy’s endgame in Merciless.
It’ll definitely be worth the wait to find out how Parrish resolves the threads he leaves hanging at the end of Fearless. I can’t imagine anything less than a conclusion in the style of a blockbuster film. One thing’s for sure—The Dominion Trilogy should have a place on any suspense fan’s bookshelf next to Stephen King and Dean Koontz.
© 2007 Infuze Magazine. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
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