John Doe is a killer. Fourteen children in the last twenty six years. Teddy tells him to and he listens. He has to listen. He is parked across the street from the elementary school in Payne, North Dakota, waiting for Teddy to tell him the name of the next child. He hasn’t yet, but he will…
God is good. It's the only truth Matthew Mills needs. But, pain is still pain. It has only been a week since his wife had her second miscarriage in the last three years. She has become a shell of who she was. Only his daughter Marcy is a light in his life.
What would happen if she was taken away?
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
When my nephew, Nate Allen, told me he had finished writing another book, I was excited to read it. This young author had made such a remarkable transformation in his life since his book, "Clouds", I knew this would be a complete departure from that. Just reading the first chapter, I realized it would be a unique reading experience. The story is told through the eyes of two different characters, each with very different pasts. The first character, John Doe, has lived a life of torment, loss, and pain and I cringed as I read how he coped and wrongly compensated by doing these hideous unthinkable acts. The second character, Matthew Mills, has gone through his own personal journey of loss and pain, but he lives his life trusting in God. He also struggles with fear and doubt in light of what has happened to his loved ones, which causes him to question his faith. As the story continues, these two men are brought together by tragic circumstances. Because of a little girl and a new found faith in God, their lives are forever changed! This is a powerful book about hope and redemption. It will inspire you to believe your life can be better no matter what you have been through. I recommend this book to anyone going through difficult times who needs a little inspiration! I really enjoyed this book! K Hall