By Simon Toyne
Published by Harper Collins (10 September 2015)
HIS PAST IS UNKNOWN. HIS FUTURE UNWRITTEN.
WHO IS SOLOMON CREED?
A plane crashes in the Arizona desert.
One lone figure emerges alive from the wreckage.
He has no memory of his past, and no idea of his future.
He only knows he must save a man.
But how do you save someone who is already dead?
Solomon Creed is a modern-day Wild West thriller - a fight between the good guys and the bad guys and a search for buried treasure. As expected after reading reviews of Simon Toyne's Sanctus trilogy, Solomon Creed gripped me from the first chapter and captured my attention all the way through.
Solomon Creed walks away from a plane crash. He has no memory of who is he and no idea why he is currently in the small town of Redemption in Arizona. All he knows, after combining the facts with his gut instinct, is that he is there to save one man. Until he discovers that this man is already dead. So who (or what) has Solomon Creed come to save?
The story builds up layer by layer, with a few surprises along the way. Solomon Creed is mysterious and intriguing. As the book progresses, it's clear that he has knowledge and skills beyond his own reckoning. He is certainly a character who leaves a lasting impression.
I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher through the Lovereading Reviewer Panel in exchange for an honest review.