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What the community says about A Time to Rise (Out of Time Book 3)
- "Ok, to begin, it's targeted at "young adults" i.e. the 15-22ish range. That's not to say that adults can't enjoy it, but if you are looking for a book with a harder edge (it is about a dystopian future after all) you probably want to look elsewhere. Beyond that, it is the third in the series, so definitely don't start here. In fact, even the synopsis/back blurb ruins a bit of the tension from the second book if you read it, so don't. Lastly, and this is just me, I'm not a fan of reading heavily Christian books; which this is. So I'm not going to try to say anything about it on that level. Overall, I'd say it's an ok book, but there are better, and there are books targeted towards the "adult" demographic."
- "Book three in a series of Christian dystopian novels. Good for parents and kids to read together or separately and chat about it, what the story means for their faith journey and just for flat out entertainment. I enjoyed the fusion of dystopia with the teachings of Christ which add a unique element to this genre. Start with the first two if you haven't already read them! "
- "Decent offering, but this is a book geared for Christians and teenagers, of which i am neither. The book itself isn't the strongest in the series but it is passable. The characters are likeable and the plot is ok, but i was looking for something geared towards adults without the religion. "