What if your only brother turned into your worst enemy?
Their parents trained them.
Now he wants her dead.
Putting their parents' legacy, and the world in danger.
2018 First Place Winner, CWRC Readers' Choice Literary Lighthouse Awards. Grab your copy now.
As I have read the New Rulebook series, I had an inkling as to what was coming but this did not spoil my enjoyment. Far from it, I actually found my suspense heightened as I waited for an event to happen!
Every chapter begins with scripture, reinforcing the idea that life is "better doing it with Jesus."
The novel shows how God speaks through dreams. Nothing comes as a surprise to Him. Everything h ...more
Whisper is the full-length prequel to The New Rulebook series and tells about Pete Zendel's beginnings. I have been waiting for this story to find out who Pete was and why he was the way he was. Whisper is full of suspense, shoot-outs, a fire, a car crash. The action will keep you turning the pages, and the clear road to salvation will touch your heart. Joy draws you into the characters and the story. God's love, forgiveness, and gr ...more
Joy Ohagwu writes Christian books, which might put some people off. However, her stories are fast paced, interesting and satisfying. Her characters and scenes are well developed and draw you in. This book is the prequel to her New Rulebook series and sets the stage for fascinating, mysterious and well worth reading Pete Zendel suspense series.
Her books are well worth reading. Grab a cupa, relax and enjoy ...more
I got my book yesterday after buying it. I absolutely loved it and really wondered if I would. I somehow had the impression it had several plots and subplots but i had no trouble reading it. Startted as soon as it loaded and finished it this morning. Cannot wait for the next one. Shirley A. tTurner.
After already reading the New rule book series, I thoroughly enjoyed Whisper. With suspense and tears at times, I did not want it to end. Looking forward to the next book in the series. I have recommended it to my children. God bless and continue to anoint Joy as she continues to write for your glory.
What I loved most about two of her books, Whisper and Hunter, is that on almost every page, Christianity is boldly present. Not just a mention of Christ here, a Scripture dropped there, or a few words of a prayer sprinkled throughout. No. They are present and organically relevant to the main characters and the storyline. ...more
I enjoy Christian fiction and this was my first read from this author. Very jumpy at first. Did eventually settle into an interesting read, but nothing was ever explained. Maybe because it is a prequel? I’m not a big fan of prequels anyway. Normally they are written after the fact and I’ve already read the book. Not the case with this one, but not sure I’ll progress with this series.
Violet Zendel had reason to hate her twin brother. Can she forgive him in time?
I love this story. Intense Plot. Memorable characters. Action-packed scenes.
I'm hooked on this series and look forward to the next book. I love how the Bible is interwoven within the story. The Word of God encouraged me.
If this book was translated from another language, it was poorly done. I am 64 years old, no one speaks with such poor grammar. The improper editing is not overly bad but just nagging enough to make the book clunky. The storyline could have improved with a clearer mesh of story lines sooner. Not enough revealed in the first book along with editing issues to commit to reading nine more books. Storyline not convincing either.
I received a free advanced reader copy and voluntarily chose to review.
The plot kept me going. I wanted resolution to the mystery and loved the mysteries. There were often times leaps to jump and some disconnect to understand why the characters did what they did. This left me with questions about their actions. I think I needed more of a build up with some of the details that seemed lost.
Joy Ohagwu has done it again with prequel to the Pete Zendel Christian romantic suspense series,as a spinoff from the New Rulebook series.
We see God's love and mercy throughout the book.
I shed many tears reading this book as we see the battle against good and evil.
The characters were well crafted along with the storyline.
I recommend this book for those that enjoy Christian romantic with a strong inspirational message.
I look forward to reading more of this author's work.
Great story! It filled in other information and details about the main character of The New Rulebook. It also intertwined three characters in an battle of "good vs. evil" all the while showing God's love and redemption.
This is a story with such depth and intensity that draws the reader in as two siblings become enemies. There's drama, mystery and danger as a plot of destruction is being planed. This is a series so one story concludes but others leave you hanging.
What was the point of the Miranda story?
What was the point of the Violet/Tim experience in Mexico?
Who did Violet give the journal to?
What’s the poem got to do with anything?
So many questions...plot was disconnected and confusing...I’ll skip any upcoming books🤷♀️
Who doesn't like to curl up with a good book? I certainly have, for as long as I could remember. Next to books, I loved movies just as much, especially if it had action and suspense. No surprise then that I'm now writing romantic suspense, and inspirational stories! I'm grateful to the Lord Jesus for His undeserved mercy and grace. I earned a Masters' Degree in ...more