What an absolutely beautiful story. This book touched me in a way I cannot begin to describe. At the end of the book I felt that I had been on a spiritual journey. I was in tears constantly throughout the book. The message of salvation was so clear in the pages as the reminder that salvation is for everyone jews and gentiles alike. What especially is good is the insight we get into the conflict in the middle east because often times the pictures we get from the media does tanish our preception of these people. When I closed the book for the last time I actually said "God Bless you! Lynn Austin." I think this a book that as many people as possible should read. I am only sorry that I am not rich otherwise I would purchase mutiple copies and just walk around and hand them out to people. This is definitly a must read book. Indeed may God Bless Lynn Austin.
I love every one of Lynn Austin's books and this one is no exception. She weaves a thought provoking tale amongst the volitle backdrop of Israel. A story of forgiveness and the healing power of God's grace. This book kept me turning pages long into the night. I can't wait to share this story with my family and would whole heartedly promote this book to anyone who loves a read with a viewpoint from several different generations. What I love most about Lynn Austin's books is her ability to bring in lives that have already lived and are not currant day characters in the story and yet they bring a new dimension to the story, but making not just solely focused on one character, but on many, all with one common goal. You will not regret this purchase and happy reading!