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The photo shows Nathan standing amidst the ruins of the Roman forum where the great fire had swept through the city, and is also only a few feet away from the dungeon that held the Apostle Paul as prisoner. The relevance of history being brought forward into the present, is a powerful teacher bringing insights and understandings that cannot come from a book. This kind of experience is priceless for the author, giving more depth and richness to the characters and the setting, which passes down to the reader.
Nathan Maki will take you on a journey of twists and turns that bring you face to face with the characters ideals, and their choices, and where it led them. Down the path of success? or not?
I totally loved this book! It was very well written and engaging. The author certainly did his homework. It's funny too, because I just watched the movie, "Paul, the Apostle of Christ", so it was easy to picture what was going on.
Wonderful story of redemption, courage, and faith in a time when being a Christian was a death sentence. Highly recommended! Keeping this author in my "must read" list.
5 stars and a favorite
The malevolence of Melechi is quite honestly scorching. If you love to hate the bad guy, this character is for you!
Well-polished, The Keeper’s Crown will leave you with highs and lows of emotion, and an inner seeking of what the story means to you, and to your family.
How will the crown be placed? You HAVE to read for yourself!
The Keeper's Crown
A monumental work of much power. Excellent the whole way.
One of the best parts about this book was that it realistic. The main character suffers one failure after another. Most of them outside his power to avoid. Yet, in the end he discovers true success.
I love too, his portrayal of Paul.