Thursday, December 13, 2012

Deadline by Randy Alcorn

Why do I keep reading books that involve horrible car accidents?

This is a repackaging of the mammoth novel by Randy Alcorn. Journalist Jake Woods tries to uncover the truth about the accident but is drawn into a riptide of murder and mystery.

Alcorn has a fantastic way of speaking profound truth and exploring deep topics all while spinning an engaging tale. The size of the book may turn a few off initially but as soon as you finish the first chapter, you won't be able to put this down.

Afterwards you will have finished a novel that you will be talking about for days to come. There are things that come up that you will wrestle with and mull over long after this book is back on the shelf. You'll want to meet up with friends and explore the implications of what you've read.

In this new edition a Reader's Guide is included at the end (don't peek) to help you on your way.

Pick this book up from your library and spend a weekend with Alcorn, Woods and his friends.

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing.

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