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.