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Everybody's Daughter by Michael John Sullivan
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May 10, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: christian-fiction, christian-historical-fiction, christian-suspense
Read in May, 2012

This is the 2nd in the series by Michael John Sullivan, though not necessary to read the first Necessary Heartbreak I feel it would have been helpful to me. This was a beautiful story that shifted between current time and the time of Jesus. It involved time travel and history that kept you turning the pages. I am not typically a time travel sort of reader, but this one was basic enough for the skeptics. It has got to be difficult to include Jesus as a character in a novel, but Michael does it well. This book is a cliff hanger setting up for the next in the series.
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Michael John Sullivan Thanks Melanie for taking the time to read and post a review of my novel. I'm glad you enjoyed the story, too!

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