I have just finished devouring The Vision. It was well-written with complicated, real characters. The gospel and all Bible teaching was neatly tucked into the plot. No pauses for an obvious sermon as in some Christian fiction I have read. Enough action to keep you turning the pages but also good dialogue and even a love story (minus the romance novel junk). I have read a lot of end of the world type science fiction/fantasy and while some left me disturbed emotionally by the imagery none have sent me to my knees or to my Bible as this book has. There are some scary and sad scenes but a constant reminder that God is in control, caring for His children, and some well-placed humor help to keep the book positive rather than depressing. I also liked the tidbits of factual knowledge at the bottom - although sometimes that was more disturbing than the story line!
HIGHLY recommended by this picky reader.
About the Author
<DIV>Debi Pearl grew up during the 1960s at the height of the hippie revolution and the Jesus Movement. As a teenager, dressed in tie-dye tee shirt and long drooping peasant skirt, she shared the gospel and saw miracle after miracle of God s amazing grace. She married her life mate, Michael Pearl, in 1971. Prior to authoring The Vision, her first novel in a planned series, Debi has authored or co-authored with Michael five previous books. Debi s last book, Created To Be His Help Meet, has been extremely successful worldwide. To date over one million of her books have been sold in several different languages.</DIV>