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Reviewed by Foluso Falaye for Readers' Favorite
Ready or not, here they come; the battle has only just begun. The guns are manufactured in hell, and the beasts are ferocious and grotesque. Light energy generated through belief, hope, and trust is the only force that can save them. Darius McPherson, an inexperienced angel who died at the young age of 25, is sent on a mission to save the world and has to work with a drug dealer, a wary female reporter, and an unfriendly scientist. To make things worse, a group of exiled angels is working to bring hell to heaven and earth, and he has only three days to complete his mission. David B Gittlin's Three Days to Darkness narrates a battle between good and evil, and it is scary, fast-paced, and super fun.
It's like your worst nightmare, only much worse. There's a high possibility of being blasted into a pitch-black void for all of eternity, and that's just a shade of the darkness that threatens to devour the light. David B Gittlin's book is rooted in biblical principles, albeit making use of explicit language and introducing some controversial interpretations that may not correlate with popular Christian beliefs: "The stories of miracles are merely metaphors.” I found it especially interesting how the main protagonist is an African American with a desire to help his community. Moving on to the plot, Three Days to Darkness is a well-scripted page-turner; one I would like to read again for the thrill of it. Just don't make the mistake of reading it alone at night!