So, I’m trying to understand why when I get excited about writing reviews, that I get on two lists, and then get X-ed off both… not sure it makes sense to me. Either way, hopefully in the next months to come, I’ll actual receive a book for review… Also, completely unrelated… what is with people in a Christian industry holding such grudges and bitterness? Ridiculous! GROW UP and Go read your Bible. I’ll pray for you.. That’s my two cents. -MJ
My book hasn’t arrived yet, but when it does, you’ll get a review! – MJ For now here is this from Mike, himself! Seeing this, how could you not want to read it? Hi Margaret, In the mean time, why is my book a must-read? It’s a page-turner thatpacks a punch in the theme department. I’ve had men who areself-proclaimed non-readers say they couldn’t put it down and finished itin two or three days. For a writer, that’s the greatest compliment I canget, knowing that someone (a someone who isn’t even a reader) set asidehours out of their busy schedule to read my book. Is there any bettertestimonial? The story has a little of everything: a town with a darksecret, a monster with darker intentions, suspense, adventure, andmystery, sprinkled with a pinch of romance. And mixed in with all thatare spiritual themes I hope will stick with the reader long. . .
The Last Sin Eater by Francine Rivers My review rating: 5 of 5 starsFirst off, to be honest, this is a review of the story through watching the film. I had purchased the book, the newest edition that shows that it is now a “feature film” and my husband saw it and rented it for me. His mistake, now he must go buy it! This story is incredible! (And yet, I find myself saying this often when I read something written by Francine Rivers.) Set in the Blue Ridge Mountains, much like the story of Christy, the mountain people live fascinating lives, continuing their traditions from their ancestors Welch land. One of the traditions that is continued on is that of the Sin Eater. It is the same sin eater tale that is told through that movie The Order, but so much more real to life. It is so hard,. . .