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Probing by Bill Meyers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt, Alton Gansky

Cycle Three of the Harbingers series offers more suspense, more chills, and a deeper look into the battle for light in a growing darkness. 

In Myers's "Leviathan," the team heads to Hollywood for a taping of the new TV pilot, Live or Die, the Ultimate Reality. Little do they realize the depths of darkness they are about to enter--a darkness that, unless they stop it, will soon spread across the globe.

Frank Peretti's "The Mind Pirates" offers a rousing story featuring bizarre visions and memories of a murder, a kidnapping by 17th-century pirates, and an earring with mysterious powers. The team must overcome the ruthless scheming of an evil, hidden nemesis. 

In "Hybrids" from Angela Hunt, the sight of two children chills the team to their bones. Seeking rest and relaxation, the four friends must instead find answers to the arrival and mission of two mysterious black-eyed children. 

In "The Village" from Alton Gansky, a visit to a guarded and secretive small town in North Carolina becomes the most challenging mystery they've ever faced--as they race to solve a problem they barely understand before time runs out.

I have read the first two books of this series and I have found all of the intriguing. I really like the episodic style of this series from different point of views. But, I must admit this was my least favorite of the books so far. This is mostly because of "The Mind Pirates" episode. I found this one really far fetched, really hard to connect too and just too far out there. However, I do want to finish this series because I need to know how it ends and have all of these pieces come together. So, still and interesting read, but not my favorite of the series.

I recieved a copy of this title from Baker Publishing and NetGalley.

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