"Something to think about"
Wow. How many difficult issues can be tackled in one book? Racial prejudice, sin of a nation, temptation, pride, and redemption are just some of them. Tracy Krauss does an incredible job of not only tackling these issues, but does it through believable characters with believable flaws and virtues. They are real people with real issues, who don't always act the way they are expected to. I'm sure a lot of people will find this book controversial, to say the least, because it steps on a lot of toes. But then, some toes NEED to be stepped on, and Tracy does it with compassion and a great understanding of the problems that are all too real in society in general, and in the body of Christ in particular.
Christians are not perfect people. We all know that. We suffer from the same temptations as the rest of the world, and we are not always as immune to those temptations as we would like to be, or think we are. Warfare in the spiritual realm is just as real as it is in the physical, even though we can't always see it. That's why a lot of people refuse to accept the fact that there is such a thing. But Tracy Krauss makes it believable, even though angels and demons are not specifically mentioned or characterised.
The plot takes many unexpected twists and turns, just as real life does, and I found it fascinating reading from beginning to end.
- reviewed by Jeanne Theunisson
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