James Grant Grant itibaren Texas
Another great read.
This is one of the most practical, straight-forward, wisely simple, genuinely helpful, and smartly spiritual books I've read. Recommended to everyone... If you are able to open your heart to this book and travel down into the backwards path of your history and examine the thorns and sharp rocks there, though it may be very difficult, these teachings will help you a great deal.
I'd picked this up from reading the jacket information. Sounded like a very intriguing work about missing children. The basic premise is, a woman in a car accident claims to be one of the Bethany sisters, two girls who were abducted 25 years earlier and presumed dead. But is she, or is she pulling a scam? And if she is, what happened? Unfortunately, this turned into a detective novel. It had a plot easily followed (though the woman's character was oddly written, to say the least). But certain aspects were especially bothersome, particularly the character of the main cop. Is it possible to have one male cop who isn't a womanizer in need of a blowjob or constantly sizing up the women he encounters in terms of how they could sexually satisfy him? Or maybe I just don't read enough detective novels. I guess this is why.
This is by far the most emotional book of the series thus far and the most enlightening. You see many facets of characters that you have not seen before and when the book is over you are DYING for the next one. You can't help but have 100 theories of what will be happening next. You also really see how all the caracters are growing up and how being in the cusp of adulthood factors into all their lives. This is by far my favorite of the series thus far even though each tiem I read it I feel like part of my heart is being ripped out.