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I just finished reading Mary DeMuth's novel "Daisy Chain," first book in the Defiance Texas Trilogy.
This book is not for those who want to read sappy, sweet stories with the ending tied up in a perfectly neat package.
Your heart will sing with hope as God puts new friends in his life to help him along this difficult journey.
This isn't an easy book to read.The main character's father is a pastor and a violent man behind closed doors but God sends two people into Jed's life ( Hap is the father and Jed... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Libby S
This book was good. I was kept interested even though the plot drug a little bit. Still was kept interested enough to buy the other books in the series.Published 8 months ago by Jane Martin
It kept my interest from the start and I found the characters to be very colorful and captivating and yet realistic.Published 8 months ago by Lana Hopkins
i cannot put the book down its soo good!!! cant wait to order the other 2! and its used and i couldnt even tell!!! :)Published 8 months ago by Brittany
Very sad in places. Hope springs up in unexpected places. I was surprised by some results. Definitely have to read the next one to find out what happens next.Published 15 months ago by H. Colwell
I purchased this book with the understanding that it would lead into the second book in the Defiance Texas Trilogy, and it did. Read morePublished 18 months ago by PWCEditing
Amazing!!!!! I was hooked from the start and am on the third and final book. Love her writing how it grabs you from the start and you can't put it downPublished 19 months ago by cmt
What a pleasure, an easy read. Uncomplicated but ominous plot that made turning the pages both compelling and daunting. Relationships in this preacher's home are bad, bad. Read morePublished 22 months ago by triplesss
This book offered an intriguing story line that was never fulfilled. After several hours of physical family violence and religous boilerplate, we were, as other reviewers have... Read morePublished on March 17, 2012 by D. Blood