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The Good Servant; Book One of the Good Servant Series

4.75  ·  Rating details ·  4 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
THIS BOOK IS NO LONGER IN PRINT. SORRY, I CAN'T FIND A WAY TO DELETE IT.

In every person's life, past events shape both the life and choices made in the future. Some of these events are so personal, we seal them away in the hidden vaults of our souls and never display them to anyone. Eli Connors is no exception, but he is an enigma.

A man of God who went to war and is unasha
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ebook, 301 pages
Published October 4th 2011 by Gypsy Shadow Publishing
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Lee-ann Graff-vinson
Jan 03, 2012 rated it it was amazing
“A man is judged by his actions, not his words”. Eli knew his beloved Camels had a firm grip on his breath as well as the remaining days of his life. He was a man who had done more than his duty. A man who knew he was dying and wanted peace for his family. He was providing it the only way he knew how – by coming clean.

Part of Alpha Company, the 1st squad of Weapons Platoon, 1st Battalion, 1st Marine Division when he was sent to Vietnam, Eli became quite familiar with the acronyms BOHICA and FU
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Lee-Ann Graff-Vinson
Jun 03, 2012 rated it it was amazing
“A man is judged by his actions, not his words”. Eli knew his beloved Camels had a firm grip on his breath as well as the remaining days of his life. He was a man who had done more than his duty. A man who knew he was dying and wanted peace for his family. He was providing it the only way he knew how – by coming clean.
Part of Alpha Company, the 1st squad of Weapons Platoon, 1st Battalion, 1st Marine Division when he was sent to Vietnam, Eli became quite familiar with the acronyms BOHICA and FU
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Sheila
The Doug Servant tells a small-town American story of a pretty good guy, with pleasing self-deprecating humor and a very genuine, believable voice. Eli, the narrator, grew up in a small and comfortable place, going to church, making friends and falling in love, all before joining the Marines. He is nicely wise, both about his upbringing and about lessons learned along the way. “I learned in recruit training that God’s peace does abide within,” he says, though he voices God’s peace in the earthy ...more
Kitty Honeycutt
Feb 25, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I truly enjoyed this book, about a father who has realized his cancer is terminal and decides to write a letter, that turns out to be a book, to his children and wife. The story is written from his point of view as he explains what he meant by certain things he did and said as they were growing up. He tells the truth of how he feels about his family, and how much they mean to him as well as the reasons behind his thoughts and actions. I honestly could not help getting emotional as I read it. Tho ...more
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