When I first got this book I was excited to read it but then put it aside for a while. I just wasn't drawn to it. I did however give it a second chance and I am glad that I did. A story that at first didn't appeal to me began to unravel and the characters developed deeply. I was a little unsure about the spiritual battle that took place and said "this can't be pleasing to the Lord". I realized that everyone doesn't face the same battles that I do.
Corrie is trying to make it
through life after the loss of her husband and she moves to a home he
inherited in order to be close to him. She begins to believe he is
there. She also hires her husband's cousin as a contractor to fix up
the home. Eli is a man of strong faith who begins to help Corrie cope
with not only her loss, but her spiritual battle. Can he fight the
darkness and show the promises?
This book was a daring attempt
that succeeded. It isn't the normal christian fiction and it pushes the
envelope a little. It is very creatively written and definitely out of
the box! I would recommend it.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.
Thank you, and . . . goodnight.
2 years ago