- File Size: 930 KB
- Print Length: 205 pages
- Publication Date: December 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0787YQV8H
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #189,015 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Sinner's Prayer Kindle Edition
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Adam and Fabian, what is there to say? Adam has been forcing himself to be someone he’s not, plagued by the ever-consuming memories burnt into his psyche by the pulpit-pounding preachers of his youth. As he prepares to follow his calling to become a pastor in a rural community, he comes face to face with temptation: Fabian. Adam can’t explain nor defend himself against the undeniable attraction pulling him closer and closer to Fabian, nor can he deny the validity of the perspectives that Fabian drizzles like rain after a drought, leading Adam to second guess it all – everything he has believed and been taught. Faced with his school’s unrelenting interpretation of the Word, and condemning homosexuality, Adam’s unsettling and unyielding physical and emotional reactions to Fabian causes him to question it all.
What follows is a hard to put down book. Author Seth King’s portrayal of Adam and Fabian, as well as the supporting cast of characters, ranging from the school’s prejudiced dean to Adam’s best friend at school, the nosy, judgmental parishioners at the conservative churches he visits seeking employment, to the pastor of the gay church in Savannah, doesn’t shy away from the tough stuff and telling it like it is. He puts it all out there, the good, the bad, the beautiful, the ugly. The transformation Adam undergoes through love and because of love is bold, liberating, and enlightening. Love is love, and God is love.
Aside from needing a pass-through to catch the general typos and such, there was nothing wrong with the style, storytelling, or bones of the book. King has a gift of writing that delivers.
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