The idea of confession snapped along as the book progressed. There really wasn't a stopping place because I wanted to know what would happen. I couldn't wait to pick it up again. I G ad high expectations from this book as I've read other books by this author abd am never disappointed.
It is always better to tell the truth. This book shows how a lie about an accident affected the main characters life for years. The story itself is slow to get into but the depth of the characters helps make it interesting. I thought the conversations and details were excellently written. I did however, have to put the book down a few times and come back to it to make it through. It was just a bit slow for my taste but still a good story. I would recommend the book to anyone looking for an in-depth look at how guilt from the past can make your life better or worse. I would also recommend the book to any fans of this author as this book was better then his last!
I would like to thank the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.
Captivating and entertaining! Whitlow draws the reader into this story and gives them an unforgettable ride! A page-turner that I couldnt put down. The characters are well developed and real. With a beautiful Christian message, this is a must- read!
Discussed this book in a Book Club and group felt it an ok book. Not up to "The Choice" level, but still a book worth reading. "The Chair" brings out how Christians can be so critical, if it is a situation they have experienced. "The Chair" also brings out that confession and restitution is God's way. The group felt the non-Christian was the one person who showed the main character true love.
With many twists and turns in this book you were continually surprised. True to the title of this book, the author brought forth the ideal that not only is confession good for the soul, but that the truth does indeed set you free! Many characters added to the drama and won your heart as well. I will pass this one on, but not before I take one last look just to see what I might have missed the first time, the plots were that good.