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Product Details

  • Audio CD: 10 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson; Unabridged edition (May 4, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1400316278
  • ISBN-13: 978-1400316274
  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 5.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,178,173 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Lexi is doing her best to raise her daughter, Molly, by herself. With her husband in jail on drug-related charges and her father in a mental institution, she has no one to help with the finances. Although she works nights in a greasy spoon and days at a grocery store, she can't even afford rent for her rundown apartment or the utility bill. In fact, things are so bad that despite the freezing weather, she and Molly are sharing a pair of gloves. Just when it looks as though life couldn't get any worse, her husband's sadistic drug dealer shows up, demanding money owed him and implying that inaction on her part will result in malicious acts against her and Molly. Healy sets up such a brutally hopeless scenario, readers will wonder if there's any way out for Lexi. It takes a long time, but miracles can and do happen in this faith-based thriller. Fans of Ted Dekker will appreciate Healy's chilling story of the dangers on the road back to hope and faith. --Shelley Mosley --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

Erin Healy is the bestselling coauthor of Burn and Kiss (with Ted Dekker) and an award-winning editor for many bestselling authors. She owns WordWright Editorial Services, a consulting firm specializing in fiction book development. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Academy of Christian Editors. Her novels include such thrilling stories as Never Let You Go, The Baker’s Wife, and Stranger Things. She and her family live in Colorado.

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Erin Healy has co-written two other books with my favorite author Ted Dekker.
I was very impressed with the characters in this book as well as how the plot progressed through the story.
C. Van Zante
The book was a bit confusing in the beginning with the quick introduction of quite a few characters.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kim Holsapple on April 25, 2010
Format: Paperback
Never Let You Go is about a single mom, Lexi, and her nine year old daughter, Molly - in one week their world goes from a struggle to a survival situation. Lexi's husband reappears after many years. An old friend also appears and turns Lexi's life upside down. Lexi also makes a new friend in Angelo. We are introduced to Lexi's mother and father.

Never Let You Go is set in a small town, don't let a small town setting bother you - there is plenty of going ons in Craig's Nest. Lexi works two jobs to make ends meet for her and Molly.

Strange things slowly start to happen at the beginning of the story and I feel that this strange doings help to grab the reader right away. Each chapter was more suspenseful than the last. I was rooting for Lexi and her family through the entire story.

This was the first time I read a Christian inspired story and was thoroughly entertained by the book. This book had a very good message about good vs evil. After reading this book, more than likely you will stop and think about your life.

I highly recommend this book to other readers, this book delivers a very powerful message. I will be reading Erin Healy's other books in the near future.

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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Book Reviewer on April 26, 2010
Format: Paperback
As a Christian fiction lover, I was excited to read Never Let You Go by Erin Healy. I thought the plot sounded interesting and I couldn't wait to begin reading.... I was sorely disappointed. At times, I had to make myself turn the page. The plot was unbelievable. Literally. The main character, Lexi, has more hardship in her life than anyone can imagine. Her husband left her years ago and she works two jobs to support herself and her daughter. Despite her efforts, her poverty is all to real. Lexi's sister was murdered just before her husband left her. Her father lost his mind after this incident, and her mother decided to become a world traveler. Just when you think Lexi is all alone, old friends reappear in her life. This, of course, leads to even more trouble.

Although the book is categorized as Christian fiction, the Christian part is hard to pinpoint. Spiritual would be a much better description. Never have I found any Biblical evidence in support of the dramatic, dark events that take place in this story. With such a focus on demonic presence, Healy would have done well to do some research in Scripture to find out what demonic presence really looks like. Her lack of correct doctrine on the issue was a huge turn-off for me. Honestly, the book would have been a much better read if it had not been labeled a Christian book. The inclusion of Scripture here and there felt forced and out of place. I would not recommend this book to anyone, especially without first telling them of all the incorrect information about spiritual issues. If Healy attempts another solo book, I hope it presents the Christian life in a true way. This book simply did not.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jacob's Beloved on July 29, 2010
Format: Paperback
I was originally drawn to this book because it was about a mother fighting for her daughter. As a mother of two young daughters who has already been through quite a bit of fighting for them, I can relate. Once I got into the book, I was a bit put off partly because I was introduced to too many characters so soon into the plot and a lack of unique characterization made it difficult for me to keep up with the plot (and this is coming from someone who has read Sara Douglass). A second reason was that it somewhat reminded me of another book I read recently with the meth theme. Drugs are just not something that I purposely want to read about in my fiction. The only thing that really kept me reading was Lexi's relationship with her daughter, Molly. Along the way, I discovered that there actually is a fantasy-like aspect to the book that is difficult to see for at least half the book. This is probably as close as you can get to the fantasy genre without actually qualifying for the classification. I so badly wanted the book to come "out with it" over the supernatural aspect that I flew through the rest of the book. The ending was mostly satisfying in that the bad guy gets his just desserts and all the lose ends are tied up appropriately, but my fantasy-loving side wanted a more fantastical intervention than what actually occurred. At times, the plot felt like a soap-opera, with Lexi's affair and two other characters being convicts, as well as Ward's constant harrassments and almost reality-defying omnipresence. I would describe the book as high-intensity suspense combined with overdramatic reality and a dash of supernatural.
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