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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 book, and the first, The Sparrow, we're two very thought provoking books. The time lines were difficult at first, then I just went with the flow. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Bluwater
I enjoyed "The Sparrow" more than this sequel, but still a great read. Be sure to read "The Sparrow" first.Published 1 month ago by Greg Poyer
You think you know God? You think you know the children of God? Sipaj, those who care someone says think again! Read the Sparrow first!Published 1 month ago by HERMAN C HALBACH III
I have never been so engulfed in the world of Emilio and the amazing journey he travels. I am an avid reader but these two books carried me along through the action and angst as... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ettsie
Children of God should be a mandatory read for anyone who read the Sparrow. It brings so many things into sharp focus and answers a multitude of questions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Greg Schaffer
so rare a sequel, to match or even exceed the original. emilio remained completely true to character, and the story (and rakhat) did, too. read it!Published 2 months ago by dawn
If you read "The Sparrow," you must read its sequel, "Children of God." They should be published as one book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nancy H. Hummel
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 2 months ago by Soldier of Love