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A Little Piece of Heaven

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2014

    very adventist. love it!

    I ReallY Loved The First Book A Lot Of This Faith Series. But This Second Book Is Really Awesome. I Couldn't Put It Down . I Loved How They Had Adventure And How Emily Never Gave Up On Jeremy.. I Really Like The Message These Books Have. And I Can't Wait To Read The Last Book .Very Excited! Thank You.

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  • Posted February 28, 2014

    Having read the first book in the series, Jeremy was simply a je

    Having read the first book in the series, Jeremy was simply a jerk.  He had the looks, the money, the future- what he didn't have is joy in his life- or the knowledge of even what it could be about.  As Emily hangs with out with Rebecca and Eric, Jeremy notices her but also notices that her thoughts and ways are not like his.  As he gets to know her he senses the hurt that she is hiding.  What I loved most about this book was how Emily brought Jeremy to God, NOT by preaching to him- in fact, knowing it makes him push away from her, she AVOIDS any "God-talk", but instead by letting God's light shine through her.  Jeremy sees her peace and her joy and becomes curious.  I think wooing someone to God is our highest goal.  I love how the books works around and through each of the main characters life and weaves God into it without being overbearing.  The characters- even the Christian characters are flawed- everyone has issues to work through.  This book gives so much more than a story.  It is written so that you can feel what the characters are feeling and easily follow how they got to where they were and how they change through the book.  I was given a copy of this book for my honest review.  I was honestly sad to get to the last page!

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    Posted January 16, 2012

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