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BoliviaKnight (International Mission Force) (Volume 2) Paperback – March 18, 2017
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Top Customer Reviews
Initially, I'd found the story to be a little slow, but once I reached the halfway point and the family was helping two characters escape the clutches of Hector and his empire, it picked up quickly. The story stirred question: What would you do if it was your sibling that was taken and forced into this modern-day slavery? If it wasn't a relative, would you still help? Would you be able to sit by and let it happen to other kids?
Other books and movies, like Taken, touched on the surface of how the girls are taken and how they are kept. Their spirits broken, their bodies hooked on drugs, it's impossible for them to break away and escape. BoliviaKnight does a great job of showing Ranza's struggles, not wanting to be a slave, but desperately craving the drug to numb the pain. Is she truly unworthy of the love of the family trying to save her, the family that emulates God's love and grace? Despite mistakes along the way, through both families, Ranza and her brother are shown life outside of their situation and freedom beyond the physical.
Yes, the book has a Christian theme. Yes, the families speak to Ranza about God's love. No, the book isn't preachy and any reader, Christian or otherwise, can appreciate the subject matter.
What I find even more interesting is that this is the second book in the International Mission Force, yet it reads as a standalone. Despite not having read the first book, I really didn't feel I'd missed anything. I'm curious about Czechmate, book one of the series.
Note: I received a complimentary copy for review, though this did in no way affect my review.
Vonda Skelton, author Seeing Through the Lies: Unmasking the Myths Women Believe
Founder of Christian Communicators Conference