Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Review: The Gift

The Gift The Gift by Bryan M. Litfin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars






Cover: Pretty
Rating Up 4 precious stars
Overall: An exciting read
Characters: Well written
Plot: After their exile, will Ana and Teo be able to keep faith in Deu through dangers and temptations?
Page Turner: Yes
Series Cont.? Yes
Recommend Yes
Favorite Character: Either Teo or Marco



Continue where the first book left off in this exciting Christian fantasy story. Follow Anastasia and Captain Teofil into dangers and perils of the unknown. I really enjoyed this book, and can say for me it was the best one. The others were great, but this was my favorite.

This book continues the story of Ana and Teofil's quest to bring Deu to the people of Chiveis. They have fled their beloved home, on penalty of death if they dare to return. They must find a way to survive in the strange lands of the Beyond, meeting both friend and foe along the way. Their faith is tested, and both are tempted as they face death, torture, romance, and tough choices. What will they gain, and how much will they sacrifice?

The book surges through a wide range of emotions. Fear, worry, and longing tempered with plenty of hope, romance, and compassion. It is an epic story perfect for fans of Christian tales of hope and faith melded perfectly in a medieval fantasy tale.


Description/Synopsis 
Hundreds of years in the future, war and disease have destroyed civilization as we know it. Modern technology has vanished and history is largely forgotten. A struggling society of survivors has just begun to rebuild, creating kingdoms of a feudal order.

Exiled from their beloved home of Chiveis, Teo and Ana journey into foreign lands in search of the second half of Deu's sacred writings. But finding an ancient manuscript is far from easy, especially when the pair is tempted, tried, and separated along the way.

On a quest fraught with unforeseen perils, murderous villains, and the prejudices of elite societies, the bond between Teo and Ana is put to the ultimate test. Though the New Testament might be found in distant Roma, will the price of its discovery be too high to pay?



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