Meat for the Lion (Boone's File, #4)

Meat for the Lion (Boone's File, #4)

by Dale Amidei

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BN ID: 2940154284070
Publisher: Single Candle Press
Publication date: 06/27/2017
Series: Boone's File , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,063,208
File size: 770 KB

About the Author

Dale Amidei lives and writes on the wind- and snow-swept Northern Plains of South Dakota. Novels about people and the perspectives that guide their decisions are the result. They feature faith-based themes set in the real world, which is occasionally profane or violent. His characters are realistically portrayed as caught between heaven and earth, not always what they should be, nor what they used to be. In this way they are like all of us.

Dale Amidei's fiction can entertain you, make you think, and touch your heart. His method is simple: have something to say, then start writing. His novels certainly reflect this philosophy.

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Meat for the Lion (Boone's File, #4) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
sdww More than 1 year ago
Boone, again, gives me chest pain. The central character of this book is remarkably intelligent, well-educated, and certainly experienced, yet continuously drawn into remarkably challenging circumstances that, you can tell, eat at her soul. She continues to do what she believes she must do, often at her own expense. She is at once admirable and offensive, the balance seeming to make sense. While the construction of the writing shows intricate attention to building the story, the concepts flow flawlessly and carry the reader, immersing one in the reality the author creates. The tie-in with recent and current events, as well as how you see the future develop, change the reader’s perspective to the point that you need to take some time and shake off the world into which you were compelled, before getting back into your own life. Light-years from Pollyannian, the ending leaves the reader hopeful for major players in our country and the world to do the right thing, when they learn they can do nothing else. This work is relevant, serious, hilarious, and prescient. I would recommend starting from Amidei’s first tome, Anvil of the Craftsman, and enjoying the journey. Otherwise, jump in here and hang on for the ride.