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Within the corridors of a novel i want 4 things,
1. To be intrigued
2. To be entertained
3. To escape
4. To be enriched ( to exit a novel leaving better than i came:)
Thank you for meeting a readers needs😃 It rarely happens these days, therefore i read a few chapters, theow the book down and pick up my guitar and do something better with my time. I never throw a Stearman book down until i savor the final word:)
I felt drawn into the characters' world after about the first quarter of the book. The main character's struggles are well-expressed, and you can see her change throughout the story. This book features a concrete theme, which I consider a good thing as this has long been a common standard in literature. Also, the spelling and grammar are good throughout.
Unfortunately, I didn't like this book. Too many things happen in the story that are just not realistic, and this lends the whole thing a feeling of allegory or fantasy that I don't believe was intended. Also the side characters were only developed to the bare minimum which has reduced them to gaudy appliques rather than being woven into the story. Side plots were left unaddressed at the end of the story, giving the impression that the author forgot them. The beginning (1st quarter) is written so differently than the rest of the story that the sudden shift makes it feel disjointed. I stated earlier that the book had a theme which was a good thing. Unfortunately, this theme is at the expense of a moral compass. I am not trying to push my own opinion when I say this- a moral compass is essential to Christian fiction, and none of the characters has one.
Lexa flees to Mexico after pulling an armed robbery for money to help her brother. There, she finds family, God, & her real birthplace. This book will warm your heart!
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But half way through there was too much chapter & verse
It got heavier as the book continued & everyone was born again
Scenery was breath taking and the story line was awesome.