Reviews--The Third Woe

Here is what people are saying about The Third Woe

"The Third Woe" is the second volume of author L. P. Hoffman's outstanding 'Third Peril Trilogy' and offers another deftly crafted and riveting novel whose narrative driven storyline could be ripped from today's headlines and our currently polarized electorate. "The Third Woe" is very highly recommended, especially for community library General Fiction collections. It should be noted for personal reading lists that "The Third Woe" is also available in a digital book format (Kindle, $2.99).
— Midwest Book Review

I received my copy via a Goodreads giveaway. This is a fine, fun 'apocalyptic' story. While the dialog is slightly heavy-handed, the plot carries the characters. The title is part of a trilogy; reading them together is recommended.
— Len on Goodreads

L. P. Hoffman did a masterful job with this story. It was thought provoking, and I could not put it down once I started reading it. Could be a harbinger of our future, I heartily recommend this as a welcome addition to any one’s library. I received this book in a Goodreads giveaway.
— David Frantz on Goodreads

This volume continued the tale LP Hoffman so skill fully started several years ago. Her characterizations are quite believable and her ability to keep you turning the page is excellent. Grab a copy and enjoy!
— Jason Brooks on Amazon

First of all I want to say that I had never heard of L. P. Hoffman but the book looked intriguing so I entered the Goodreads giveaway and won! I also received book one in this trilogy and enjoyed it as well. This book was so well written and interwoven with detailed characters that you are immediately drawn to. This story is scarily close to what is happening, in many ways, in our nation and world today. Ms. Hoffman directs the reader through her story to look to the Truth in a very meaningful and poignant way. I highly recommend this series and more than that highly recommend the reader to seek the Truth in their life in light of the times in which we live.
— Jan on Goodreads