Overview: The dark waters that swallowed Sarah Climer's parents remain silent. Hiding not only clues to their murder, but also the secret they died to protect. A secret the murderer believes Sarah now knows. A secret he'll do anything to control.
Daniel Broadfoot knows well the evils that lurk among his people. Evils that threaten to destroy Sarah and her grandfather. He doesn't need Sarah's trust to do his job. But he'll need it to win her heart.
As the murderer's bizarre plan unfolds, both Daniel and Sarah come face to face with a demon from their past. Will their faith stand against the evil that drives one man's quest for power? Or will Sarah's love for Daniel and his people be enough to save them all?
My Review: There is a lot going on in this book! When I read the description, I wasn't sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised. I was hooked from the first page to the end (which is why I read it in one day!) The book is written in a unique way. The author chose to write it from multiple points of view, switching throughout the entire book. It can be very confusing if you aren't paying close attention to what you're reading, but it makes the story more enjoyable.
The main characters, Sarah Clymer and Daniel Broadfoot, were very well developed. I feel like I really got to know Sarah and Daniel throughout the book and could understand their actions as well as reactions to certain situations. The secondary characters were just as interesting, and I hope the author develops some of the secondary characters in another book!
The plot was fast moving and very interesting. The mystery surrounding Sarah's parent's death kept me guessing until the end. It was interesting to see the parallel between the Native American beliefs and Christian beliefs, as well. There are several messages in the book, but the most prominent is forgiveness, not only from God, but for yourself. Overall, this was a very enjoyable book and I would definitely recommend it.
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