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In the hand of a master storyteller like Dr. Bob Petterson, this heartbreaker’s heartbreaking story can teach us a lesson about how we need never die alone and unloved, thanks to the One who died alone in our stead two thousand years ago, was buried, and according to Scripture rose again three days later to give us life and love.
This book preaches like a sunrise preaches.
Picturesque, unmistakable in its message, and impossible to tear your eyes away from. Okay, not impossible, but I definitely didn’t want to put it down last night and go to sleep.
I don’t know when I’ve met such a sympathetic character. I feel bad even calling him a character – he seems real. He wants a great story. He’ll break stories from Twitter, if necessary. As a wannabe writer, I totally get him.
It’s unnerving, realizing that KGB operatives openly communicated in plain sight on American streets, oftentimes transmitting information about American citizens and their families. It’s heartening to think how God directed so many steps to lead this spy to peace and rest.
I like the book. It’s cute. The cover is this leathersoft-like material with palm trees and a cool half-size dust jacket that reveals the leather while protecting it. It feels like a Bible.
Maybe that’s my problem.
They say truth is stranger than fiction.
In the home of young Shawn Thornton, that would be putting it mildly.
Those that sat in darkness shine in the spotlight of this book.