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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
Availability: In Stock
Can he trust his client's dreams and visions-even when they threaten to destroy his future?
Supernatural visions filled with images of keys, hatchets, hammers, and fires. An eccentric old man in jail-accused of robbing a church and knowing things he has no right to know. A lawyer turned pastor-suddenly summoned to a stranger's cell by a dream.
How much will one man risk to defend another, when the truth lands him in prison...and the only evidence proving his innocence comes by a dream?
New from Practicing Attorney Robert Whitlow-The Master of Southern Legal Thrillers with a Supernatural Twist.
Mike Andrews is satisfied with his life right now. Hes been out of the legal arena for some time and is happily pastoring the Little Creek Church. Then Muriel Miller suddenly turns up in his office and asks him to visit her husband, whos been in jail for three months. She says Sam had dreamed about Mike coming to the jail for a visit, and she hints at Sam wanting legal aid. So, reluctantly, Mike visits Sam in jail.
Suddenly, Mike is catapulted headfirst into the legal arena, a world he thought hed left for good. Amid the baffling riddles of Sams dreams and the duplicity of the courts, Mike fights to find the basis of the charges, defend his innocent client, and learn deeper truths about Godor, as Sam calls Him, Papa.
Author Whitlow uses a familiar premisea man who sees things in dreamsand takes it to the next level. Sam Miller doesnt see the future, per se; instead, he sees images that have something to do with what is happening or what will happen in his life or the lives of people around him. And Whitlow puts this concept into a modern southern setting without it seeming unnatural or awkward.
The characters are also familiar types, but they too are interpreted in entirely new ways. Sam Miller reminds us all of the wise old man or the gentle grandfather, but Whitlow turns these stereotypes into a surprisingly strong central character with a genuine and vibrant Christian walk. Mike Andrews may be a lawyer, but he is also a ministera combination which, as one of the characters says, must make the angels scratch their wings in amazement. Throughout Mountain Top, Mikes understanding is stretched and his faith is deepened as Sam teaches him a new meaning for the word ministry.
Mountain Tops plot shares a common structure with most other legal novels, and, thus, might run the risk of being predictablebut that only continues to a point. Whitlow takes the basic structure and builds on it, adding strong Christian themes and keeping the readers on their toes; even when theres a twist clearly in sight, its still a surprise.
As if all that wasnt enough, Whitlows writing style is icing on a delicious literary cake. He manages a unique combination of smoothness and suspense, maintaining a gentle surface tone without compromising the underlying sense of tension, the tautness of a hard battle in the courts. The pacing is also perfect: not so fast that the reader is left choking on dust, but not lagging behind the story, either.
Overall, Mountain Top is an excellent book. Everything falls in perfect balance, from the plot to the characters to the Christian message to heaping helpings of Muriels delectable fried chicken. Even if you dont normally read legal novels, Robert Whitlows Mountain Top comes highly recommended. Rachel Niehaus, Christian Book Previews.com
Karen in CNYPort Byron, NYAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Learning to Walk in TrustSeptember 25, 2012Karen in CNYPort Byron, NYAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Love his books! Another down to earth lesson on following God's Will no matter what. Interesting and believable characters .
Pat WestonOlympia, WAAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent read.January 5, 2011Pat WestonOlympia, WAAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Robert Whitlow is one of my favorite authors and he did not disappoint with this book. I've read almost everything he has written and it amazes me how a novel can challenge me in my own walk with the Lord.
Elizabeth5 Stars Out Of 5July 9, 2010ElizabethGreat reading. Couldn't put it down. Sent a copy to a friend. She loved it. Story line so truth to life.
JoannDeFuniak Springs, FloridaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5September 15, 2009JoannDeFuniak Springs, FloridaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleThis was probably the best book I have read by this author and I have read most of his work. It keeps you captured until the very end. Highly recommend this.
chris zucker5 Stars Out Of 5December 5, 2008chris zuckerMountain top is probably his best book. It made me want to read everything else he writes. couldnt put it down.