Renny Jacobson, a young Southern lawyer, thought the Confederacy was merely history. But 140 years after the Civil War, he's drawn into the evil schemes of a secret society. Now Renny and the woman he loves are in serious danger. He realizes that the past is still alive---but so is the God of deliverance! 413 pages, from Nelson.
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What a great book! I want the movie when it comes out. So on the edge of your seat type book. Whitlow is an amazing author. I have read everthing he has written and wish he had a million books i could read.
One of the best truly Christian novels I have read in a very long time. Edge of your seat/page turner with sweet romance, evangelistic ideals, prayer encourging, friendships and all included. Great read for all ages and gender.
RIVETING! Absolutey riveting! Robert Whitlow's writing style draws you into the story - you are there with the characters. I've read several of his books - this particular book is in my opinion, the best. Surprises when you least expect them and a real eye opener as to the activity of the evil one in this world and the importance of prayer warriors. Makes you really think about what is important in life.
I very much enjoyed this book and would highly recommend it. In fact I have passed mine on and am ordering another copy for a friend. Made me really stop and think about the power of prayer and intercession.
Wow! I wouldn't have tried this book if a friend hadn't recommended it. I'm glad I discovered Robert Whitlow. His writing is an engaging, suspenseful blend of John Grisham and Frank Peretti. It is a tremendously spirit-filled book and unashamedly Christian in content. As a Christian, you may not agree with certain aspects, but the book, as a whole, paints an astounding Peretti-like picture of spiritual warfare. I also enjoyed descriptions of locales I am very familiar with in South Carolina and North Carolina. Looking forward to reading more by Whitlow.