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Davis. Davis begins his tale with a horrific accident as he is on a hunting trip.
He wrestles with himself as to how a trained army Lieutenant could make such
a mistake and was unable to see what was coming. It almost sent him to his
death, foreshadowing his future wrestle with pride and sin.
Josh preservers and becomes stronger every day until he is ready for
his deployment. He is a little apprehensive but willing to prove to all that he is
ready for this new part of his life and he does just that along with God.
Before he knows it he is hobnobbing with members of the white house ,
the chief of staff and the President of the United States. He develops
a fond relationship with the son of the president and soon finds himself
dating and married to the presidents daughter. But becoming a hero
comes with consequences.
Years later a conservative group asks him to run for president and Josh
agrees. He begins his presidency with the strength of God as his ally but
it's not long before sin is knocking at his door. Once he steps over those
boundaries he turns his face from God and then his real struggles occur.
That sin takes him spiraling into a no return situation. . Now he faces
impeachment for treason and the murder of six Navy SEALs.
Will Josh Davis be able to wrestle out of this one? Will he be able to
face his sin and make things right with God , his wife and the American
people? Read to find out.
"With a parallel to the Bible story of David and Bathsheba, this
modern-day story takes you onto the battlefield, behind closed doors at
the White House, and in the courtroom before the eyes of the world as
the president has to answer to the charges of murder and immorality.
Twisted Wolf shows the dangers and struggles a man faces when put
to the test. With faith as an underlying theme and issue at the center
of the story, Twisted Wolf delivers a punch not just to the gut but
to the heart as well."
I'll be honest with you when I say that this is not my usual genre of
book choice but I thought I'd give it a try anyway. At the beginning of
the story I am drawn into the hunting trip. Later I see it foreshadowing
the parallel of Josh's fear and his struggle through sin. At this point
we move through his military career. It becomes a little to meticulous
for me with all the military jargon. I struggled through the first 150 or
so pages but pressed on. If you like military action then perhaps you would
enjoy this part. Once we leave the military and join the white
house things become more interesting and I am anxious to read the
rest of the book. Josh's pride and power over take him and he gives
into sin. It was so hard to watch Josh in my mind go through these
things and taint his relationship with God. I can only imagine how hard
it is for our loving Lord and savior to watch us fall and make
sinful mistakes. Josh's heart becomes hard toward God and it takes
love to reveal to him the Truth of his word and the truth of
Josh's life purpose. Once the ending came I thought that the
last few chapters sort of drug a little. I think it would have been
better to end it with less detail and more open ended questions so
that the reader could ask those questions of themselves. Sometimes
the imagination is more powerful . Overall it was an interesting read.
It was fun to step out of my usual form.
What if the most upright person, stumbles? Oh, and that person, is the President of the United States? And, in the process of attempting to conceal his mistake, he is accused of treason and murder?
Army Lieutenant Josh Davis suffers a devastating tragedy while home on military leave. Trusting God for strength, he triumphs, earning the Congressional Medal of Honor. But heroism comes with consequences.
Years later, a conservative group asks Josh to run for the Oval Office. To his surprise, to get there, he must campaign against his father-in-law, a former one-term President. Their political, and personal, embattlement ends with a surprising twist of fate.
Discover what happens when Josh finds himself in the highest office in the nation. His pride increases, devours his faith and he gives into temptation. Observe as he attempts to cover up his sin. Witness his wife as she watches her husband's downward spiral and potential guilt. Walk with Josh, as he struggles with his own inner conflict of trusting God. Is it too late to save his marriage and his presidency? Ascertain his guilt during his impeachment for treason and the murder of six Navy SEALs.
Facing temptations and struggling with faith, Josh Davis is presented as a guy we can all relate to who wants to do something great with his life but gets in his own way. With a parallel to the Bible story of David and Bathsheba, this modern-day story takes you onto the battlefield, behind closed doors at the White House, and in the courtroom before the eyes of the world as the president has to answer to the charges of murder and immorality. Twisted Wolf shows the dangers and struggles a man faces when put to the test. With faith as an underlying theme and issue at the center of the story, Twisted Wolf delivers a punch not just to the gut but to the heart as well.
Author: Perry Perrett
I really wanted to love this book, unfortunately I would not get into the writing style and feel like I was a part of the book. Instead I felt like a bystander merely watching from the outside. The book was kind of depressing as you watch Josh's life spin out of control while his wife is pretty passive about the whole thing. The book moves really slow for the first quarter, picks up some but I simply could not get past the authors writing style, despite the decent plot to the story. After all who does not need Gods total forgiveness for our sinful lives? I know I do. I did enjoy how he twisted military life and politics with biblical faith. Overall I would give this book 4 starts.
Perry Perrett, when not escaping reality in a story, is a husband, father, and grandfather. He is a graduate of Mississippi College and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Perry also served in the Mississippi Air Guard during the Persian Gulf War. He lives with his wife, Kathie, in Mississippi. They have two grown sons.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book/Ebook/Product to review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations. I am part of The CWA Review Crew.