|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
The preface was way too long, By the time I was through with that, I had lost interest in the book.
I almost put this book down because, as others have reviewed, it is not cohesive and there were points where I found it confusing.
I love the characters, how their stories played out and the amazing spiritual truths that were woven throughout the story.
Christian fiction, would be good for a reading group. Follows the lives of three women...with "commentaries" from demons or angels. It was interesting, good characters. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Geegee
This book was tough to get into but I'm glad I stuck with it. The book brought forward some very thought provoking ideas.Published 9 months ago by Mom Gayla
This could have been a great book. There were great plot elements, great scriptural principles. But the writing was bad, bad, bad. The plot leaps were confusing. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
The story was unrealistic but also had some parts that could be true. I found the book fragmented and the ending just ended with not much conclusion. I did not like this book.Published 17 months ago by Joyce Garmon
This book was a truely thought provoking book into why some people make the decisions we do. It is written in a unique way that I was unsure of at first, but then it really had me... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
What's with the language? Using God's name in vain? I do not believe we have to resort to cursing to get a point across. As a writer I would think Ms. Smith could do better. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bobbi
The book Broken Pottery, is a fraud.
Someone writes a "christian" book with all kinds of language and vulgarity like this...???
Like poison in a pie.
.... Read more
A fascinating read that encourages readers to explore their faith journey and respect the journeys of others. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Donna Henning
The preface was way too long, By the time I was through with that, I had lost interest in the book.Published 20 months ago by Margaret Wadley