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It did not need stock bad guys or good guys to make it a success.
In The Sparrow, Russell's primary focus was to deal with the great dilemma that Emilio is facing, his struggle to love a God who allows him to go through such pain.
Strong character development, very interesting plots on the alien world, and an extremely satisfying ending.
This is an amazing follow-up book to her book SPARROW. This was such a creative series. It was beautiful, scary, creepy, and thought-provoking. :)Published 4 days ago by Soldier of Love
I was driven to read this book after reading the first one, and I was not disappointed. Although not as distressing, it was a fine sequel, embellishing the characters, introducing... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Elinor W. Rogers
The tragedy from The Sparrow is redeemed in Children of God with changes to both worlds as a result of new ideas. This might have been two books instead of one sequel. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marcia McCord
This book was highly recommended to me and did not disappoint. My only regret is that I didn't read The Sparrow, it's prequel, first.Published 1 month ago by Douglas M. Hoon
Rarely do sequels come up to the original, but this one—a sequel to Mary Doria Russell's amazing "The Sparrow"—is equally amazing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eva Oma
i love her writing and this trilogy is unbelievable. Man and his struggle to find God. Man and his love of another woman. And really god SciFi. How can you go wrong. Read morePublished 2 months ago by N. Lee