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JanetBelton, TXAge: 45-54Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Great Transition - Perfect EndingJanuary 17, 2017JanetBelton, TXAge: 45-54Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5As a reader, I usually get frustrated when one installment of a series ends with a cliffhanger then picks up in the next installment, not right where it left off but several years later, skipping over all that happened from the moment of crisis to the beginning of the next book. So, I felt skeptical when I learned that Rachelle Dekkers final book of the Seer Trilogy would start twenty years after the second book ended. Dekker handled the transition perfectly, though, giving just enough detail about events that happened in between and just enough reminders about all that had happened in the earlier books to help readers move easily from one point in time to another without feeling like theyd missed something significant. Through this trilogy, shes shown her skill through an epic story that points readers to the message all people need to hear.
The Returning is Elises story. Daughter of Carrington and Remko Brant, Elise was stolen away as a baby and raised on lies about how she came to live separated from almost all other people in the middle of Authority City. Aaron and the Seers are ready to act, though, to awaken a sedated population to Truth. Elise has no idea who these people are, but her role among them will be one of the most significant of all.
Tyndale House Publishers sent me a complimentary copy of this book. I found it fascinating and am happy to recommend it to you. Just dont forget to read the first two books of the trilogy first.
SuzieNashville, TNAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Fitting and Satisfying ConclusionJanuary 11, 2017SuzieNashville, TNAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5First, I loved that the third and final Seer novel begins with Carrington and Remko Brandt. Too often books just jump into new characters and I feel like I need a refresher from what happened in the last book that I read over a year ago. This wasnt at all the case with The Returning. In fact, the first chapter is both a reminder of what happened in The Calling but also an introduction to the story that is about to play out.
Shame. Fear. Doubt. Emotions that draw us away from God, away from the light. In the finale of Rachelle Dekkers Seer trilogy, readers are reminded of this fact over and over again. As each character in the books goes through their own journey, much as each of us do, they are reminded that the light has always been with them. That they are not alone. That the light within is greater than anything that comes against them.
A story that clearly draws the lines between good and evil, Gods love and Satans lies, the light and the dark, and the choice that each person must make. Fast paced with scenes built in to let the reader breathe, The Returning is the perfect conclusion to a trilogy that started with a young woman who was not chosen with a future of servitude in front of her and ends with more than she could have ever imagined. God not only changes lives, he changes futures and gives us identity and purpose.