I received this book from Family Christian to review. I really wanted to like the book, but I actually didn’t like it at all. I didn’t believe it was a true Christian Fiction book.
As well as, the storyline bounced around from one place to another, another every part of the story was mixed up in the explanations not the storyline to me.
This is one of the first books I didn’t finish and did not eventually go back too. It just wasn’t that book for me.
I really wish that the book had been better for me.
When Washington, D.C., power broker Daniel Parker and his family embark on a round-the-world sailing trip, they’re sure they’ll survive the dangers of the open ocean–until they’re captured by Somali pirate Ismail Adan Ibrahim. FBI negotiator Paul Derrick is dispatched to handle the crisis. As their paths converge, will the seeds of justice and reconciliation grow? – copied
If you like fiction that has several storylines going on at the same time, this book is for you. If you are looking for a straight up Christian Fiction book. This is not the book for you. You can find so many more books at Family Christian Stores and I know they will have just the book for you! As you can see, Family Christian has a vast array of books for all different types of readers,
I’m only giving it two stars because I did not like the way the book was put together.
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Corban Addison is the author of three international bestselling novels, A Walk Across the Sun, The Garden of Burning Sand, and The Tears of Dark Water, which address some of today’s most pressing human rights issues. An
attorney, activist, and world traveler, he is a supporter of numerous humanitarian causes, including the abolition of modern slavery, gender-based violence, and HIV/AIDS. He lives with his wife and children in Virginia.
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