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Reviewed by Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite
In a highly creative and unusual story by author C.P. Dunphey, Plane Walker: The Manus Dei Trilogy, Volume 1 is a book like few others. Readers will be introduced to a world where there is no longer any doubt that a higher power exists. The only problem is that the God is looking to abandon mankind, and man wants to be equal to the God. During all this chaos, the story closes in on one man, Lazarus. Lazarus has not had an easy life. His wife died in childbirth, leaving him to raise their daughter, Elisha, on his own. Lazarus makes some extremely poor choices, and his life gets progressively worse. When his daughter goes missing and he loses his memories of her, his only option is to try to tap into the last Manus Dei system known to exist, the very system that proved the existence of the God in the first place. Will his actions get him what he desperately needs, to find his daughter Elisha again, or will the consequences of his actions be dire, and not only for him, but for all of mankind? You’ll need to read the book to find out!
Author C.P. Dunphey has done a spectacular job in the creation of Plane Walker: The Manus Dei Trilogy, Volume 1. This is an unusual story that has come from an obviously creative mind, and any reader looking for something different from a story line they feel like they have read time and time again should give this book a read as soon as possible. The characterizations are extremely vivid, and readers will find themselves rooting for Lazarus, hoping against hope that he will be able to find his daughter and turn his life around. I can confidently give this book a very high recommendation. I hope author C.P. Dunphey is already hard at work on the next installment of the Manus Dei Trilogy. Once readers finish Plane Walker, they will be clamoring for more!