I have now completed reading the entire O'Malley series, and I need to rate all of them with high marks. I love to get involved in a series of books, as they allow you to continue being involved in their lives. I love looking forward to the next book, and truly miss the characters as the series end.
The O'Malley series is the first of Dee Henderson's books that I have read, and I'm already starting on the "Uncommon Heroes" series. Of the O'Malley's, my two favorite books were "The Negotiator" and "The Guardian", but as I have mentioned, all were excellent. I look forward to other series by Dee Henderson.
I have read the whole series and didn't think numbers 1-5 could be beat. I was wrong. This book was a wonderful way to end the series. Superior character devleopment and plot - I really didn't want it to end.
And you thought it was overStephen OMalley cant take it any more. Hes the outsider. He doesnt know Jesus. The other OMalleys might be able to accept Jennifers death, but Stephen cant. Not now - maybe, not ever. Meghan Delhart can see Stephen better than anyone else. He saved her life once, and shes been praying to return the favor ever since. When he moves next door, shes determined to help. Someone has been breaking into Meghans house The protector in Stephen is coming out. When they are put in charge of the jewelry they start to discover excellent fakes. But once Meghan is kidnapped Stephen must have the faith to find her. You are still a tad teary during the beginning. Though it seems in possible, Hendersons surprise will suddenly bring a sense of light to the dark in the tunnel. The Rescuer is a bit of a let down from Stephens abandonment of the family and being the last book of the series. An incredible ending to what seemed like an impossible beginning. (Check out more of my reviews under TEEN REVIEWS at www.christianromancemagazine.com)
Well-written. I liked reading each book in the series, but "The Rescuer" was my favorite of the O'Malley series. Readers can relate to Stephen's doubts and questions about God, and the fear to "let go and let God."
Stephen will capture your heart as he searches for the love and happiness he felt was missing in his life, only to realize that he had it all along. When reading this series, keep a box of tissues handy. There are definately times when the tears will come.