Return to Book Page. I fail to see the connection I cannot recommend this book. This is fiction, for heavens’ sake! Are we sitting comfortably? What makes it even better is the fact that it is part one of a trilogy – so there is even more to come. He quit in , just shy of his fortieth birthday, to try and focus more on writing Simon Toyne was born February 29th, in Cleethorpes, England, but spent his formative years in Peterborough.

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The characters were stock, for the most part. Partly this is for me, so…. The reader is constantly being reminded of this big bad secret and the dangerous monks’ efforts to protect it at all cost. May 12, S. Full of secrets that you can’t wait to see revealed, a bunch of central and lesser characters that I liked and some great baddies. Definitely check this one out! The chapters in this book are excessively short and I can only assume that this is way to force suspense.

This is one of those stories that manages to take known simon toyne sanctus little known facts and then weave within them the authors own ideas so much so that you don’t know where one stops and the other begins but one that should you strip out anything of a fantastical nature you are still left with a very rewarding thriller. By simon toyne sanctus below to submit this form, you acknowledge that the information you provide will be transferred to MailChimp for processing in accordance with their Privacy Policy and Terms.


Review: Sanctus by Simon Toyne

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. But apparently, this mighty organization, this leviathan, cannot somehow manage to obtain the picture of a woman they are searching for. This is another positive.

The priests of the Citadel are afraid. In the United States, his sister already thinks he’s dead as he disappeared eight years ago.

Sanctus (Sancti Trilogy #1) by Simon Toyne

Anyone who has ever been to Central Anatolia knows that it is NOT a very cosmopolitan, let alone westernized place. Perhaps this book was just the build up and the next will deliver something more. sancgus

Maybe they just dropped an tlyne bec… https: The man retains his position for a while and then just as suddenly as he appeared, he jumps off the mountain simon toyne sanctus his death. It remin I really enjoyed Sanctus, up until the last 50 pages or so. Sanctus is not a challenging mystery, but its charm lies in its ability to create truly human characters and an action packed, visceral world.


tlyne It was rather disappointing. Reviewed by Brittany for Book Sake. None of the stories is that mind blowing or original. Hope you like it. All the acts from episode 1 in pics. The word on Sanctus from my GR friends: Reviews for the L The greater mystery is secondary to the human mystery of each of skmon characters; their own histories and their personal revelations. Liv has an extremely close connection to all this and is unavoidably drawn into the web of intrigue, mystery simon toyne sanctus danger.

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I usually don’t go for the crappy religious conspiracy books e. Nov 11, Phair rated it really liked it Shelves: Entertainment Newsletter Going out? It baffled sancgus how this could have become a bestseller. I don’t know why I keep coming back to religious thrillers.