It's Monday and I'm Reading Innocent Blood by James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell

I'm reading the second installment of The Order of the Sanguines trilogy by James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell, Innocent Blood. I didn't like the first novel, The Blood Gospel, but I want to know how the series would end.

I'm not sure if I'll read another book with the same idea after this series. I know this is an imaginary work but taking elements from the Holy Bible and using that for fiction is worrisome for me. It's becoming the fashion these days and I don't think that's healthy. At all.

From Goodreads;

In this riveting follow-up to The Blood Gospel, the first book in their thrilling and atmospheric Order of the Sanguine series, New York Times bestselling authors James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell deliver a riveting tale of international adventure, intrigue, suspense, and supernatural mystery involving a modern scientist, a highly secret eternal spiritual order, and a terrifying power who must join forces to bring down a ruthless and cunning enemy and prevent the Apocalypse

While exploring a tomb hidden for centuries in the depths of Masada, Israel, brilliant archaeologist Erin Granger began an incredible journey to recover a miraculous ancient artifact tied to Christ himself. The quest introduced her to a diabolical enemy determined to discover the book and use its powers for his own dark ends. It also led her to an ancient and highly secret Vatican order-known simply as the Saguines. Though she survived, the danger has only just begun.

An attack outside Stanford University thrusts Erin back into the fold of the Sanguines. As the threat of Armageddon looms, she must unite with an ancient evil to halt the plans of a man determined to see the world end, a man known only as Iscariot.


  1. That is a popular one floating around! I hope you enjoy it and that I'll see you around my blog


  2. Sounds like you have some good books going on!


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