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Thursday, February 4, 2016

"Susanna Don't You Cry:" A Book Review And Giveaway!

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     From Elisha Press comes another novel entitled, "Susanna Don't You Cry." I was blessed with the opportunity to read it for review.  Once again, the McIntire family prove their literary skills.

    This time, Zachary McIntire writes a novel, that is geared towards the "12+" age group.  Themes such as divorce and substance abuse are central to the storyline.  Yet, as always, this family of authors are quick to point out the redemption only found through Jesus Christ; and, how He is more than able to bring beauty from ashes!

     "'I'll never forgive him - never!'

     Chuck Kincaid made a vow of hate the day his father walked out, and he still keeps it ten years later. His sister’s bad choices, his mother’s drug addiction - he knows who to blame for all of it.  But when Susanna and Kelly get their lives turned around by Jesus, Chuck doesn’t know what to think. And why is the rich stranger with the scarred face so interested in being his benefactor?

     Failure and restoration. Hate and forgiveness. What is broken can be put back together, one small piece at a time."

    Want to read more?  I will tell you, once I started reading, it was difficult to stop!  My heart was stirred to see the story unfold:   how would these broken people respond to Christ's offer of forgiveness; how would they respond to the light shining from those who did receive Christ; and, how would those folks, hardened by their own sins, respond to the love shown to them by those who should hate them?

     Well, once again, you have the opportunity to receive a free copy!  Through this month, Elisha Press is holding a giveaway for three softcover copies of this book!  Just enter it for your chance to win one, or go to the Amazon link provided, to purchase your own copy now!



Purchase Print Copy (Or Download Kindle Version) Here
    

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