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Many Waters (The Stones of Song Book 2) by [Woodall, William]
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Length: 296 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Age Level: 12 - 18

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  • File Size: 3101 KB
  • Print Length: 296 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jeremiah Press (June 19, 2013)
  • Publication Date: June 19, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001VEHZ34
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By Amy L. Magaw on June 26, 2013
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At first, I thought Many Waters was going to be a straight-forward Country-Fried love story; but then I read the second sentence and "evil" was mentioned and I knew this story would be something different.

I love that this story is told by its two main characters as if they were carrying on a conversation with a friend--not only recounting events, but reflecting on them as well, giving you valuable spiritual insight.

It has the handsome Christian Cowboy, the kind that makes you want to snuggle up under his Stetson for a while. And then it has the beautiful, long-lost love interest of his youth, BUT add a long-time family curse and enforcers as evil as home-made sin, and you've got yourself an action-packed, prize-worthy novel. And to TOP THAT OFF-you'll learn some things, too!

The story takes you on a journey, encountering some painful situations and some pretty scary happenings! However, those same "scary happenings" serve as vivid symbols that teach you valuable lessons for your daily life and well as your spiritual life. You can take away several "Golden Nuggets" to help make your Christian walk a better stroll.

The story actually left me with some questions about my own life. If someone was to "taste" my life, what would it be like? Would they spit it out, or would they want more? What am I seasoning my life with--Hatred, Bitterness, Un-forgiveness, Love, Peace, Joy, Compassion? Are these things that someone would want to eat? TRANSLATION: Am I displaying enough of Christ in my life that others would see a difference? Would my life create a hunger and a thirst in someone else for Jesus' Salvation, which IS the difference?

I know you will enjoy this book--I did! And Lord willing, it will be a help to you too!

Amy Magaw
Author of Wheels of Love
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I'm a fan of this author. My son loves his werewolf series. I was pleasantly surprised to read a love story written by a man and it be so clean and pure. I really felt all the characters were believable and felt their emotions. There is an unexpected twist in this story that I found original to this type of story. It's a brilliant move by this author and makes me want to read even more of his work. If you love a good faith-based, clean romance, pick this one up.
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Meet Cody McGrath, a cowboy with bright blue eyes and owner of Goliad Ranch in Texas. Matthieu Docet, an avenger. comes to warn Cody that his family may be in danger as Cody's name has recently come up in a fight with "some especially cruel and powerful sorcerers." Matthieu is available to help if needed. Cody is not that surprised by the news as he has been having dreams and visions of monsters and things. The bad drought is also not helping Cody feel any better as the ranch is losing money. He has to do something and sooner than he thinks!

Along with all that, Cody is in a 'red-dirt' band enjoying all kinds of music but mostly southern rock or gospel and leads worship at a local cowboy church. Cody's family on his father's side have all died before the age of 30. Why? What do Cody's dreams all mean?

Who is Brandon Stone in Ravanna, AR and how can he help Cody?

Now meet Lisa, who has just moved back into town after 8 -10 years. She is at nursing school and working part time at the Dairy Dip. Cody was the first boy to have kissed her when she was 12. Her mother is a stroke victim so in need of care. What will she say when she finds out the truth about Cody? Will love bring them both through? At one point in this story, I have to admit that Lisa's naivete was a little too much to swallow. Yes, she tries to help Cody but goodness, at 21, she should have had a bit more sense!

Cody's wish: "In the beauty of love may life be finished: to the glory of God may all things come to completion."

This story is written in both Cody and Lisa's words with the chapters interchanging. The author lets you know who is talking so there is no confusion.
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I received this book from the author, willing to try something out of my usual genre. What a pleasant surprise! The book held me captive! It's a love story but not sappy, thriller but not gory, fantasy but not unrealistic. As Cody tries to figure out the family curse, Lisa stands by his side. Cody's family and friends help along the way, and much it told about them so you can get to know them. The book does not move too fast or too slow- paced just right to keep you moving through the characters experiences. I am looking forward to checking out the rest in the series. It would be a great read for older teens through adults.
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When I discovered Woodall, quickly went through everything he has out, but I kind of balked at this one because it was his 'romance'. Not to worry, although it really is a love story, it also mixes in plenty of the intrigue and action that is in the rest of his books. Also, if you like stories that alternate the storytelling viewpoint between two different characters, this has that angle, was well.
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Many Waters by William Woodall is a wonderful YA book. Even without the intriguing story and likable characters, I would have loved this book for the writing alone. Every scene is so vividly described that the pages scroll by in a cinematic whirl of color and adventure. Cody is a cowboy working his ranch and taking care of his mother. He’s an exemplary young man who just happens to have a curse on his head. When he meets Lisa, he tries to resist entering into a relationship, but it quickly becomes clear that the two are perfect for each other. Except for the fact of the curse…

The story is filled with twists and turns, and some of the scenes are rather dark — definitely a book for 8th graders & above. Many Waters is the second in a series, but I hadn’t read the first book and this is definitely a stand-alone story. Having said that, I would strongly recommend picking up the entire series and diving into an exciting story that takes the reader from Texas to Alaska, from a cemetery on top of a mountain to the backwoods of nowhere. This is also a story about the power of faith, love and forgiveness.

Kick back, enjoy the red dirt music and the smell ripe peaches!
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