Saturday, June 28, 2014
A Message To Deliver, Jeremiah Peters
Synopsis: Melissa is on a mission from God. With no memories of her life on Earth, she is immersed in a foreign world, far different from her home in the paradise of Heaven. As Melissa struggles to discover the intended recipient of God’s message, she simply tells everyone she meets the good news of God’s love.
Her new friend Todd Simmons blames abortion providers for the death of his mother. When an abortion clinic opens in the neighborhood, Todd starts down the path of vigilante revenge.
As Melissa battles the influence of demonic forces, will she be able to save Todd and deliver God’s message or will the dark truth of her past lead her to abandon her mission?
Thoughts: This was one of those "can't put it down" reads. I found myself caring about the characters, whether I liked them or I didn't. About midway through, I thought I had figured out the life that Melissa couldn't remember on Earth, but I was totally off base on that--and was shocked to learn who she actually was when she had been on earth in the past.
While this book is targeted toward adults, I would recommend it for teens as well. The story deals with situations they may find themselves in, and shows them the best way to deal with it. It also reminds all of us that we are loved and forgiven, no matter how weighed down we may be by our sins.
DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the Publisher in exchange for my honest review. All opinions in this review are strictly my own