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My Review:
David and his wife are missionaries in South America and are working to  help children in severe medical needs down there. The work is frustrating and there is always more than what they can do, which is why when an offer comes in for easy money, David takes it against the feelings of his wife and ends up on a mind boggling chase of bad guys, good guys and a mixture of the above.
This book was not really what I was expecting. I love missionary stories, but this one was something I think a young person would really enjoy, but as an adult I struggled with being super angry at the character for all the stupid decisions he was making and lack of just common sense it seemed to me! i figured it may be because I was expecting something different and instead got a tale of stupidity that led to traumatic events that would effect their family the rest of their life. I was thanking God it was only a story!
– Martha

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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Linda

    This book sounds intriguing. I've not been on a missions trip due to health/financial issues. If I could, I think I would like to go to Africa. Please enter me in your contest for this book.
    desertrose5173 at gmail dot com . Thank you.

  2. Anonymous

    Hi Martha!

    please count me in!

    ~Tanya – Lilyofthevalley4 :) Sorry I'm not on my computer and I can't remember my password!

  3. Anonymous

    Hi, Liked your review and I would LOVE a chance to win a copy of this book.

    Blessings to you

    Nora St. Laurent
    Finding Hope Through Fiction

  4. aaronamber

    I really wanted to go to Ukraine. We would like to adopt some day from there. Great give away as always! :)

  5. Anonymous

    I am in school to be a nurse and I want to work with Mercy Ships going to Africa after I graduate. I am especially called to care for women and children and not just medical skills but mothering and homemaking skills as well.

  6. Robinsnest

    If I were missionary, I think it would be to somewhere in Central or South America. I used to speak Spanish. I hope I can get my Spanish back by teaching it to my kids.

  7. Anonymous

    we were missionaries in alabama for 2 1/2 yrs and we really miss our friends there….i think we'd choose to return if it were for that only. :-)

    rsmile2u @dejazzd .com

  8. Anonymous

    I think this would be a great book. I've been on missions here in the states in Kentucky and Alabama, but I've always wanted to go to Mexico, Central or South America. Our family speaks Spanish so it would be good to be able to minister there.

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