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Daniel Paperback – July 2, 2016
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Fourth, the insinuation of the scene between Elder Phil and Harmony was never brought up again, so there seems to be no point to it. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, the ending needs to be fleshed out – the author seems to be in a hurry to end the book, and starts to tell instead of show what happens to the antagonists. Even if she would keep the showing down to only one extra chapter, it would add a lot to the story for the reader be able to see the conversation, for example, between Galen and the elders, or Chris’ thoughts as he packs up and leaves. As it is, the story ends rather abruptly and a little flatly.
It’s not a bad read, and the author does a good job in keeping the reader’s interest in the general storyline, but between the flaws in the plot and the need for more editing, I couldn’t get myself to give it more than three stars.
In this book, the pastor of a church with a homeless shelter outreach minister dies suddenly. While the people who attend the church are trying to figure out how to find a new pastor, the elders, who most of the people at the church don't even know, show up with a man they have hired to take over the ministry. However, he is the wrong man for the job. In the meantime, a young boy begins praying with and for people who are sick. Many of Daniel's prayers are answered, and many people are healed.
To avoid spoilers, I'll just say that under the new pastor's leadership, things in the homeless shelter begin falling apart. This just shows how bad things can get when God's plans are interrupted by the greed and attention seeking of some people who are in the ministry for the wrong reasons and who don't seek God's guidance for their ministry and also his will for their lives.
Again, I really enjoyed this book. It is the sequel to another book written by Robin Merrill, but except for some references to what has happened in the first book, it can be read as a standalone book. It's an interesting read and I found it hard to put down.
I got this book free from Amazon. I have given my honest opinion about the book, although that was not a condition of receiving the book free.
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Full of surprises. Will read this author again. Loved how God
worked through Daniel.