Comes a Horseman

Comes a Horseman The ancients saw Death as a blazing figure on horseback swift and merciless Those facing the black chasm often mistook their pounding hearts for the beating of hooves Now two FBI agents pursuing a k

  • Title: Comes a Horseman
  • Author: Robert Liparulo
  • ISBN: 9781595541796
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Paperback
  • The ancients saw Death as a blazing figure on horseback, swift and merciless Those facing the black chasm often mistook their pounding hearts for the beating of hooves.Now, two FBI agents pursuing a killer from a centuries old cult realize they have become his prey.
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    • Barbara says:

      The best description of the book comes from its own pages (380-381): "The person behind the murders and attacks possessed power and contacts, enough to track relatively anonymous FBI agents and arrange for their executions. The Antichrist story was flat-out weird, no doubt about it. But so were the grisly beheadings of so-called endears [a priest's term for those who've experienced NDEs, or near-death experiences], to use Father McAfee's term; a killer who pretended to be--or really was--a Vikin [...]

    • Jennifer says:

      I wanted to give this a 4 star rating, but let me explain why it is a 3. This book is a ride on the edge of the seat. You feel the thrill and tension from the beginning. You know how sometimes you can figure out the outcome of the story within the first chapters? Well, this is not one of those books. Your brain can't keep up with the action and all that is happening. It is truly a thrill ride. The characters are real, and you relate with them. The horror is real, real enough to make you not want [...]

    • Crystal says:

      When I started reading this book, I was waiting for a son as he got an eye exam. Intense from the beginning, I had to close the book for a few minutes so I wouldn't have to throw up!! But as soon as I gained composure, it was back in the book. I needed a breather when my son finally came out, and I was careful from then on where I was while reading!(And never alone)What a gift Liparulo has for writing a thriller! He grabs you by the throat, and brings in a hero to rescue you. It's highly persona [...]

    • Sarah says:

      An incredible, not to be put down book! This runs along the same lines of the DaVinci code, there are grusome murders, a mystery,love affair, and an insite into the Bible as to the existance of an Anti-Christ and his coming.

    • Hilary Browning says:

      Powerful all action read

    • Sara Rassler says:

      I'm not going to lie, this book scared me more than any piece of media has ever scared me before. I literally could not read it at night, nor could I read it in a room by myself. Despite those facts, Comes A Horseman by Robert Liparulo was a surprisingly good read.I had no trouble getting into the book, the first few paragraphs sucked me inbut by the second chapter, gears had changedd by the third, the gears had gone in even a third direction. I really had no idea what the book was about until t [...]

    • Autumn says:

      Comes a Horseman, is one of those books you just get into that you don't want to put down. This book had me from the get go. As soon as I opened it and started reading I just wanted to continue, whenever I could. Comes a Horseman is about 2 FBI agents who need to find a serial killer, but while finding him their lives become in danger too. I do have to say I got teary-eyed during one part when it dealt with Zach who is the son to FBI agent Brady and his visit to his mom's grave. I also enjoyed l [...]

    • Lawrence says:

      This is a tough review to write. I absolutely loved this story, but am uncertain how to describe it. It is definitely suspenseful. I got started, then seemed to stop only to eat and sleep. The pacing of the story was fantastic! I felt compelled to care about the main character. The villain was dangerous in so many ways. It is a Christian fiction novel, so good versus evil is a key element, but the storytelling would make this accessible to any suspense reader. I think you would find this enjoyab [...]

    • Brandt Johnson says:

      Gripping, really! I was gripping the book so tightly that my hands ached. This was like the opposite side of The Da Vinci Code. There is a secret society searching for the Antichrist so they can be on the wining side. Who is supporting them? Where are they getting their resources? What is their connection to the gruesome murders crossing the country? The corruption goes further than you think. It really is a gripping book. Cops, priests, vikings, wolf-dogs, Italians, very rich secret society, co [...]

    • Lou says:

      Reseña en españolMy thoughts on the first half of the book: This deserves a 3 stars.The last half of the book: 3.5 stars!!!This is a mixed-feelings book for me.I loved Robert Liparulo in his Dreamhouse series and I don't know if they were easy to read because were YA, but this one was Uhhh a little long for me.And I love big books -and I cannot lie- but I felt the author made the story too long.However, it was quite creepy, so I liked that :)

    • Renee King - Hooks says:

      Please don't open this book if you don't have the time to finish it. If you do you'll be late or absent for your appointed task.It's a true page tuner from start to finish. I wanted it to go on and on. Mr. Liparulo is one of those wonderful 'sit around the campfire in the middle of the night' mesmorising writers. What more delicious turn around that the so-called hunters becoming the hunted? Great plot that thickens better than any stew the longer it simmers. Such juicy characters only add to th [...]

    • Mary says:

      When I got this book I was intimidated by it's size, over 600 pages on a mass market, wow. I'd never heard of the book or the author. When I started reading it, I couldn't stop. It was an easy read and an interesting read. Two FBI agents on the trail of a Viking serial killer then the story combines with Antichrist. What a combination. Good book, you should try it. I would definitely read the author again.

    • Nadeem Shaikh says:

      Whooa whooa whooa ! ! !This was quite a crime thriller with lots of brutal scenes, just the way i like it!!!A real page turner with lots of scary scenes and gory murders.The secret society in search of the Antichrist. now that was quite a plot taken into consideration, while writing this book!!!Even heard that this book will be made into a movie(Truly deserves to be made into one)waiting anxiously for the movie!!!cheers.

    • C.J. Darlington says:

      3.5 stars. I've read and enjoyed Liparulo's newer thrillers (13th Tribe, etc.) so thought it was time to read his first. Comes a Horseman was well-written, intricately plotted, and had an interesting (if not bizarre) spiritual thread. Some of the violence/gore is a little hard to handle, so definitely not for the squeemish. My attention was held through the whole book, but I did enjoy the 13th Tribe better.

    • Violet says:

      Fast-paced, well-written, well-researched, complex, and very thrilling. Many scary and suspenseful moments. Olaf and his wolf-dogs manage to terrify. In my opinion, Olaf is much more menacing than the main antagonist, Luco Scaramuzzi. I was hoping for a more intense climactic scene but overall, I was very impressed by Liparulo.

    • Jerry says:

      A Quickie ReviewThough this book has an intense, gripping story, and tight writing, the violence is a bit over the top.  It definitely isn't for kids, and even some teens and young adults might be shocked at the amount of blood and gore; I know I was.  If you're not too squeamish, though, this might prove to be a good read.Score: 3/5

    • Tim Casey says:

      Robert Liparulo is one scary writer. He paints characters thick with terror and evil. Who could imagine a present day hitman that is a Viking? Only Robert. This was his first book and all that have followed have gotten worse in the best way, I read this book in one sitting and it is no small book. Need a good weird scary story try Comes a Horsemen.

    • Viktoria A. Vaverka says:

      Comes a horsemanI gave this book the rating I felt it deserved because of the method and contents of the story. It was not what I expected but more. Well researched on the story subject. I liked it but speak for myself.

    • Larry says:

      Robert Lebarulo is a fantastic new author. I have now read all of his three books. They are exciting thrillers. Not for the faint hearted. This books starts in one direction and ends up in an entirely different direction,but in the end ties it all together. Whew!

    • Stacy says:

      Thia was my first Robert Liparulo book,and it certainly isn't going to be the last. What a suspensful book! It kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. It is a christian novel a i think one of the best ones that i've read.

    • Keiki Hendrix says:

      My first Robert Liparulo! Man what a page turner. Fast and furious. Believable innovative characters and plot. I can't wait to read more of his books.

    • Sheri Salatin says:

      Scary! Couldn't put it down. You will definitely want to read this one with the lights on!!

    • Dawn says:

      What a thrill of a book. Riveting. A recommended read.

    • Holly Shoulders (Panozzo) says:

      i was pleasantly surprised by this book.

    • Michelegg says:

      Really, really good, scary book about the Antichrist and a Catholic organization watching for him and the FBI agents who discover it. Excellent.

    • M.C. Pearson says:

      Totally brilliant! Scary, but SO good!

    • Neil says:

      This book still grips me even though I have read it a few times, now. Enough time has passed between each reading that the book [and the story] remain [relatively] fresh for me. The first time I read this book I was petrified! It was truly an intense thriller! Holy cow! It had me on the edge of my seat and I had a hard time putting it down. It also has [what is in my mind] a somewhat-unique plot twist. There is a secret society that is waiting for the Antichrist to appear and this group searches [...]

    • Carol says:

      in many ways it reminded me of the [DaVinci Code], there are gruesome murders, a mystery and a love affair. The ending was a bit of a disappointment though. All the tension and all the adventure building up and then we're just done. One thing that I did find interesting was that one of the FBI Special Agents, Alicia Wagner, tries to characterize all that's happened to herself and her superior and what she came up with sums it up with a big red bow"the stuff of bad movies." You would never ever i [...]

    • Kate says:

      This was an amazing book! It kept me in suspense the whole time; I couldn't stop reading! The villain was written beautifully. He was relatable but still evil and insane. The scary parts were amazingly engaging. I felt that I could almost see the dead body, or whatever the scary part was. The fighting scenes were perfect. They were very real, no movie magic or author's liberties in the fighting. There were a lot of technical terms that I didn't understand, and lots I did, so you may want to look [...]

    • Kelly says:

      A long time ago I added this book to my list but wasn't sure nymore what it was about. I'm glad I didn't have preconceived ideas. The story went with my summer reading of James Rollins Sigma Force readings. It made me think about the mysteries associated with Biblical study and the modern world shrinking due to communications. Along with typical thriller elements, This was fun to read.

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