Lkj Slain
Lkj Slain asked:

this one wasn't as good as the other two IMO. But maybe that's just because I felt as if the stories blended together in a weird way. I love them tho!

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Lora Swafford I completely agree. Mainly because this story just wasn't as good. I loved this series because of Hadassah and Marcus. Hadassahs love for God, and Marcus's love for Hadassah. The fact that in the end of the second one marcus and her finally get to be together, and then all of a sudden in this book there is nothing about them? Plus I felt like this book was a little to much. Like someone literally being resurrected from the dead? Jesus coming back and walking on water in the ending? Too much in my opinion. Christianity is all about faith. Believing in things you can not see, so if you have to have this many signs to prove to you God is real, your faith is nothing. That just my opinion.
Cheryl Solomons I see what you mean. My view is that each character has a specific goal to reach. For them to reach their goal is the way they go about it. It is like modern day life; each person has his own life to live and each person live his or her life they find fit. The book is how the characters deal with their own personal issues and yet it does influence others because you will always see another character being somewhere or somehow involved. The story flows from a peak point to almost no point and then all of a sudden it sort of dies down.......... the climax of course.... in the end it is the way the final goal was reached and who in the end have victory.........

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