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The Song of David (The Law of Moses Book 2) by [Harmon, Amy]
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"A surprise to me was also the amount of time I spent smiling or had laugh-out-loud moments. Amy Harmon writes emotional stories, but they're not just sad. At one point I outright snorted at a particularly comical inner monologue. I highlighted the heck out of it." ~ Second Bite Book Reviews.
"This book came as a surprise in so many ways. I was surprised by how immediately I became consumed by it. By how much I loved David Taggert and Millie Anderson. By how angsty and unexpectedly sexy it was. By how much this story felt very-Amy-Harmon-esque, and yet not... it felt different." ~ Jessica Sotelo from Angie and Jessica's Dreamy Reads
"Amy Harmon doesn't do conventional . . . not at all. In fact, everything about her books scream different, unique, a cut above. And in an oversaturated marketplace, this is a welcome, refreshing change."
 ~ Surj Harvey from The Hopeless Romantics Book Blog.
"Every time I sit down to read an Amy Harmon novel, I know I'm getting ready to be blown away, and the chances are, after reading it, I won't ever be the same. The Song of David is no exception. I was enthralled from the very first page." ~ New York Times bestselling author, A.L. Jackson.
"The Song of David is a  brilliantly written and deeply satisfying story. It lingers. I highly recommend this book." ~ Shelli Profitt Howells, blogger and freelance columnist.
"Amy Harmon is a master storyteller, and The Song of David is--in typical Harmon style--completely unpredictable, atypical, heart-wrenching, inspiring, and passionate.  ~ Bestselling Author, Penny Reid

About the Author

Amy Harmon is the New York Times bestselling author of A Different Blue, Making Faces, and the Purgatory series. Amy has been a motivational speaker, a teacher, a home school mom, and a member of the Grammy Award-winning Saints Unified Voices Choir. Visit her at

Zachary Webber is an actor from Fort Worth, Texas. He has narrated over twenty audiobook titles and has appeared in numerous feature-length and short films, including In a Relationship, Shut Up and Drive, and Ithaca. He is a member of Sasquatch Comedy, a sketch comedy group based in Los Angeles.

J. D. Jackson is a theater professor, aspiring stage director, and award-winning audiobook narrator. A classically trained actor, his television and film credits include roles on House, ER, and Law & Order. J. D. was named one of AudioFile magazine's Best Voices of the Year for 2012 and 2013.

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  • File Size: 1069 KB
  • Print Length: 260 pages
  • Publication Date: June 13, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,010 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Amy Harmon told us a story in The Law of Moses about embracing our differences and our labels. She gave us Moses and Georgia and through them, demonstrated the importance of celebrating our labels rather than rejecting them as if it's a bad thing to be different. She did that again in The Song of David. Amy Harmon, through Tag and Millie, just took another label, a stigma, a so-called limitation, and kicked it in the teeth. As humans, we're afraid of things that we don't understand. We put each other in boxes based on how we look or where we come from or what we think we're capable of. Amy Harmon writes stories that make us embrace the boxes, celebrate them, be proud of them and then break out of them.

David "Tag" Taggert was the suicidal alcoholic Texan that Moses Wright found himself inexplicably bound to in The Law of Moses. In a mental facility, a brotherhood was forged, an understanding. Moses had no one who believed in him, Tag had no one who was strong enough to help him fight his demons. The two agreed to stick together, to hold on to each other when there was no one else. The Song of David opens with Moses discovering his friend is gone. Tag has disappeared without a trace and Moses is determined to hold up his end of their bargain and bring him back.

The Song of David moved me. This story is told in a way I've never seen before. The entire book is written through the alternating perspectives of Tag through his cassette tape recordings, and Moses as he listens to them. It's such an unexpected, refreshingly fantastic way to read a story and it was utterly brilliant. I loved being inside Tag's head, hearing and seeing his thoughts as he relays them to Millie through his recorded memories.
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“I’d rather have a piece of a dream than no dream at all.”

There’s nothing like a book that devastates you in the best possible way, and then leaves you seeing the world through different eyes. Amy Harmon’s words have the power to make us see what we are often too blind to notice, or to present a whole new perspective on life, her unconventional stories touching every hidden corner of our hearts, and embedding themselves so deeply in there, changing us, changing our perception of life itself, while inevitably raising the bar for every great book we read after that. Just like all her other stories, this is a book that takes the reader on an unprecedented emotional journey that is as distinctive as it is utterly beautiful in its approach and honesty. A story of true love, a love in its purest, most selfless of forms—this is a book I savoured in its entirety for as long as I could, basking in its exquisiteness and drawing comfort from its gentle bravery. Give Amy Harmon a pen and she’ll show you the kind of breathtaking beauty you never even knew existed, and with this book, she most definitely took my breath away.

“The world was a scary place for most people. For Amelie, it was downright lethal. She was completely vulnerable… And yet she didn’t hesitate at all.”

This story takes off at a very distressing moment in these characters’ lives, but we do not know the reason behind what has happened. So, as we slowly peel off the layers of a love story like no other, we are made privy to every single detail of their courtship, all leading us toward the instant when their lives change forever.
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I'll be honest, I finished this book a month ago and have waited until I was in the right head space to write my review. You see, it's the type of unconventional story that makes you think. It makes you ponder, and it takes a minute to actually put your feelings together (and oh, there are so many).
The Song of David follows The Law of Moses, and I highly recommend you read that first. This story is about David 'Tag' Taggert, whom we met as a supporting character in The Law of Moses.

This story opens from Moses' point of view. Tag is missing and sadly, everyone expects the worst, especially knowing his mental health history from The Law of Moses. The novel takes the readers backwards, and we hear from Tag's point of view his beautiful and heartbreaking love story between himself and Millie. The story does progress until we come full circle back to the beginning of the novel and Moses narration, and then even past that where we hear from Moses and Millie. It's an out-of-the-box timeline, but not difficult to follow.

Without telling you exactly why (no spoilers) trust me that Millie is a very unique character, but a perfect match for Tag, who is quite unique in his own way. And honestly, any character who is set in a story with Moses himself has to stand strong. Once you read about 10% into the story, it picks up into a smooth and fast paced book, and it will keep you on the edge. Don't even try to figure out what's going to happen, just let it happen. Let yourself be drawn in, the emotional roller coaster is worth it.
And all I will say about the end epilogue is it's unbelievable. It brings The Law of Moses and The Song of David full circle, and will leave you in tears.

Amy Harmon is an amazing author and one of my favorites in the NA genre.
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