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Reviewed by Anthony Elmore for Readers' Favorite
The Valley of Hinnom: The Hell Walker is book three of The Hell Walker Trilogy, a science fiction/supernatural fantasy thriller written by Mark Reefe. Finn McCallan has one mission and one mission alone in life; to save the human race. What Finn is saving the world from is the worst, lowest, and most gruesome form of genocide this world will ever know. The New World Order Coalition is hiding dangerous secrets that have the possibility of destroying mankind, and the good and faithful followers of the Lord. The hardship Finn goes through is unimaginable, worse than death. Does Finn McCallan have what it takes to save the world, or will he become the victim of self, the strongest hindrance a person ever faces?
The Valley of Hinnom is one of the most well-written books that I have ever read. The story was brilliant, starting with the characters' individual lives. The author keeps the reader on their toes by using just the perfect amount of detail to not give anything important away. The plot was very fascinating with all of the twist and turns, making the reader wonder who will survive and who won’t survive, will the main character succeed in their quest, or will they fail miserably? Not until after the climax of the story does everything start to fall into place like it should. The end of the book leaves the reader feeling happy and content, with hope for the future. This book had some graphic violence and supernatural content, so I would suggest a mature audience for this story.