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- Print Length: 338 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1545090300
- Publication Date: May 15, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XYL9ZM4
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #202,561 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Evelyn and Nathaniel Nightingale are the focus couple in this generation account which offers not one story but two-in-one. McAdoo’s done that successfully previously. Here she offers a look at the Nightingale couple’s life and lifestyle, trials, successes, heartaches, celebrations, and it’s presented in a WWI period venue as well as a slavery era prior to the Civil War. I enjoyed the linked duo-plots duel-setting approach of this couple’s story. It helps that McAdoo provides a full list of the extended family members and associations in the end pages, in case a name isn’t recalled or a refresher in the family genealogy is needed. I took advantage of that section more than once.
“Mighty to Save” takes an interesting back-look at a period of full-gospel tent-evangelism typical of the explosive religious times of Billy Sunday & Kathryn Kuhlman tent revivals. I like this series and recommend every volume. I shall miss this family if and when the series ends.
I'm blessed to be her friend and see her genius come to prosper and glorify God. I know He is equally blessed by her creative work!
More than anything, the purpose of “Mighty to Save” seems to be a testimony to the power of God in the lives of the characters. Their tale is documented through both good times and bad times, triumphs and tragedies. Even when life seems to be at the lowest, the author encourages through Evelyn and Nathaniel to praise God anyway. McAdoo does not shrink from portraying real-life situations and tends to use them to illustrate the grace and redemption available to all who seek it.
I have loved many of this author’s previous novels but I am having a bit of difficulty knowing how to rate this one. I would happily give it five stars for its spiritual content. I have absolutely no complaints in that. The writing style is fairly simplistic but I nevertheless often got off track and was uncertain whether I was reading about Evelyn and Nathaniel’s present life or whether I was caught up in one of their reflections on the past or if I was reading from one of the novels Evelyn was working on. Sometimes I felt overwhelmed by all that was going on. Perhaps I was just having a bad day.
Overall, “Mighty to Save” was a pretty good book so please don’t let my own experience deter you from reading it. Many others have thoroughly enjoyed it and I’m sure many more will. Like I said, I usually enjoy this author’s books.
I voluntarily reviewed a digital copy of this book that was provided by Celebrate Lit. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.
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