Jake's the new guy at school. The boy next door with burning hands and an unbelievable gift that targets him for corruption. Something more than fate has brought them together. An evil bigger than both of them lurks in the shadows nearby, hiding in plain sight. Two angels stand guard, unsure what's going to happen.
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The Setting: The story is set in Oregon, a place I haven't been to, but I was transported to Brielle's little town by all of the description. I liked the snowy and cold environment as a backdrop for the happenings. The Writing: I liked the writing for the most part. There are a lot of pretty visuals and I like the mystery surrounding what happened exactly to Brielle and why was she so traumatized.
The only things that irked me was some action and reaction errors, some telling, and the henchmen seemed a bit bungling. Epic Things: Supernatural powers were definitely high on the cool factor as well as epic battles in flight.
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I like how in the Celestial realm you can see things like fear and stains of violence. It was really cool to picture. The reference to Elisha from the Bible was very neat as well. I also really enjoyed the Gollum reference with the halo. The Theme: This book tackles a lot of tough questions, especially relating to faith and why God allows bad things to happen.
Many of the questions Brielle asks are ones that I've contemplated myself. He just asks us to believe Him, to believe that what He said about Himself is true. I would give anything to understand God and why He does what He does. Not the other way around. That God does. That His decisions are better than yours, even when they hurt.
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Our only hope. I liked knowing there's a book out there addressing them. Trusting God is hard, something I struggle with. Knowing that your life belongs to a Creator and it's all about that Creator is a tough pill to swallow as well. We are His creations, everything we do in the end should reflect back to Him.
Content Cautions: Some people art shot point blank and cut with a knife.
There are some various bloody cuts. Brielle's dad drinks beer at one point.
There are also sexual references with the sex trafficking scene. Conveying A Message Without Being Preachy - I talked about in the Peril review a while back about how messages can be pushed and that works for ill for a story. Today I'm going to highlight how in this story there's a message that's obvious, but it isn't shoved down your throat.
Like I mentioned this book tackles a lot of hard theology, a lot of questions Christians get tripped up on. It talks a lot about faith. What I like the most about it is that the story showed faith being played out instead of just talking about it. It also wove seamlessly into the story instead of feeling tossed in or like it's overshadowing the plot.
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How this can be applied to writing: It is possible to have a strong message in your story without it feeling preachy to your readers. The message should be harmonious with the plot and never before the plot. It should be tangible in the characters' actions and even displayed in different ways such as someone succeeding in faith and someone failing in it. Different angles are a great way to see all points of a virtue or message.
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Messing with things like angels and demons can often stray into territory that misrepresents Christian theology. Supernatural, though an intriguing show, does this galore Where in the world is Jesus? Sam and Dean need Jesus.
Is there a way to write highly spiritual stories without doing that?