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RuthUpstate SCAge: 45-54Gender: Female4 Stars Out Of 5September 24, 2007RuthUpstate SCAge: 45-54Gender: FemaleI agree with the lady from Guatemala. It took some effort to 'get into' the story. Re. Conaniah's prayer, I thought that was his prayer as written? The connection between Megan and Marsh was a little convoluted and contorted. I also had some difficulty fitting the puzzle with the senior reporter. Of course, he has a living wife, so a love story in that direction wasn't it.
Beatriz K5 Stars Out Of 5January 7, 2006Beatriz KI really enjoyed this book. I'll list three positive points: 1) It has a stronger Christian message than "Betrayal in Paris". 2) I was really drawin into the characters - I felt like I was part of it all. 3) Both the characters and the plot where very real. Now two negative points: 1)Ms. Fell should have included the words of Conaniah's prayer when he receives Jesus. A non-Christian reader wouldn't know what he prayed! This was a huge drawback! 2) Sometimes the story developed at a slow pace.This occured only in some sections of the first half. The rest of it was suspenseful and captivating. Summary: An awesome plot with very real characters in a real world. I enjoyed it very much. I hope a third book comes out SOON!
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