Wednesday, July 13, 2011

water's edge

water's edge
Robert Whitlow

The book begins with Tom losing his dad, his job and his girlfriend almost all at once.
He returns home to settle his father's estate and becomes involved in a mess. 
It involves mystery money, unsettled estates, murder and trust issues.
He doesn't know who to trust and comes very close to losing everything.
Yet amidst all of the deceit and evil he finds Someone who's honest and faithful.

I really, really enjoyed this book. I usually notice errors (spelling or grammar) and bad writing. This book either didn't have any or I was to involved in the story to notice. There was suspense, unexpected twists and a great plot. I became so wrapped up in the story  that I didn't notice anything going on around me.
The spiritual aspect was also refreshing. Sometimes a book reads as if the author is simply putting phrases and thoughts into a book to make it "Christian". This author has experienced God in a real and personal  and it shows.
I've never read anything by this author before, but will definitely be buying more of his books.

I received this book free of charge from Book Sneeze in exchange for my honest opinion.

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