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Save the children! A married couple, Cody and Brandi, create a foundation called Planned Childhood to “establish orphanages and safe houses on several continents for children victimized by homelessness and human trafficking”. Then Codi takes it a step further by creating a team of former military heroes to actually rescue the trafficked children, which involves a violent confrontation with the traffickers. Knoxi is their 6-year-old brilliant daughter and is kidnapped in retaliation for these activities.
I found some of the dialogue distracting, for instance using the word “prolly” for probably. There are many characters with individual traits hard to separate from other characters in such a way that I got a little confused over who was who. Or is it whom? Whatever, it doesn’t detract from the basic wonderful story! I do think I should have read Book 1 first! The author tries to bring us up-to-date, though. A fascinating and engrossing read!
I reviewed No Pit So Deep: The Cody Musket Story, Book One for Reader’s Favorite, but the account was SO interesting that I just HAD to buy Book Two and finish the novel. It was definitely worth it! James Nathaniel Miller II’s characters are so life-like, the dialogue both witty and profound, and the plot very exciting without being too gruesome or sexual (one IS dealing with sex trafficking here). I was inspired by seeing God come through for Cody and Brandi, even though it is a fiction story, it blessed my heart. I also enjoyed getting to know some secondary characters (like Sabre and Hodges) and hear their life stories and see how God can touch someone no matter how low they’ve gone. A future Christian classic! An un-put-down-able novel. Great read for ages 10 and up.
This story of the saving of not only Knoxi but also 50 other children. The story chronicles their five day journey on foot through trecherous territory. God's power of protection and provision is shown. Because of this family's faith, others saw the power of faith and prayer. The love of God was felt by even those with hardened hearts.
To know there are children stolen, abused, sold into slavery and sometimes killed is heart wrenching. To those who risk their lives to save others, and to give hope to the hopeless, they will have a beautiful reward.
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