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- Print Length: 344 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500225576
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- Publisher: Prism Book Group (June 9, 2014)
- Publication Date: June 9, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KWEYV4U
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It was like CS Lewis meets Star Trek. The characters are really fleshed out. The pacing is great and keeps your attention.
Pauline Creeden is a very talented author who made me think and rethink how often the spiritual realm is at work in our daily lives without us realizing it. This must be a first book in a series because the story stops more than ends, but I really want to know more.
Lieutenant Lamb has no use for his son or the God to whom he prays. If not for Tanya and Sam Austin, the boy would have no one to love and care for him on a mission to a new space colony.
Needing to fill an extra seat on the ship, the lieutenant picks Bill, a poor choice who has an ever present demon. Bill has his eye on the captain’s daughter, but the demon wants Bill to sabotage the ship.
Murder, intrigue, and suspense fill the pages of this novel and the hope of a handful of believers delivers God’s rescue.
Science fiction and space travel are not usually my first choice in a read, but I couldn't put this one down for long. It is well written and Ms Creeden’s imagination and attention to detail makes for a very good story.
Jeremy is a sweet kid who is completely different than anyone else around him. He refuses to be made over to look perfect; he's a Christian; and he's so compassionate and caring! He loves his grandmother, but since she is dying, he's forced to live with his worldly father - who resents him and his grandmother for being "religious fanatics."
Since his father is a military man, Jeremy is forced to go with him to a colony on a different planet. So, the book is set entirely on a star cruiser heading to this planet. Jeremy's faith is strong, and it's something that starts spreading to Tanya and Sam who kind of take him in.
Bill is plagued by a demonic force who has an assignment to destroy the ship, but it's harder to take down because of the Christians.
This was a beautiful reminder that spiritual warfare is real, and it isn't easy to defeat. But with Jesus, all things are possible. Absolutely LOVED this novel!
“The boy reminded him of a wild weed, a dandelion sullying an otherwise pristine lawn—unchecked, unassimilated, and unnormalized.”
Also traveling on this star cruiser is Bill, a lonely, deeply disturbed character, whose only companion is Celfarus, an evil, terrifying demon. Because Bill has “the Sight,” he can see and communicate with his demon instead of Celfarus possessing him like it did other humans, yet his influence on Bill is no less powerful.
As civilian passengers aboard the same star cruiser, Sam and his wife, Tanya, play a huge role in Jeremy’s life as they attempt to put their lives back together after the death of their only son.
With dazzling characters, a wonderfully descriptive science fiction setting, and a well-paced plot, this was a suspenseful, intriguing read!
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