Saturday, October 6, 2012

Review of Raider's Vendetta

Karen Arnpriester

Charley knew what God wanted from her. She was willing to trust and obey as she protected the others in the bank. Then He would save her from her captor. There was no way she could have anticipated the rage that would be unleashed in response to her prayers and her faith in God.

Raider was desperate, hardened, and his past had set the stage for an insane game of survival and spiritual warfare. The vendetta was in motion and Charley discovered that she needed her God to provide extraordinary miracles to keep her alive.
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My review of Raider's Vendetta:
            Karen Arnpriester is making me think of Stephen King in some of her amazing writing in this book!!!    This book is full of suspense, action, forgiveness, God's provision, and miracles.    In fact, miracles abound for Charley and her captor, Raider.   Raider is not overly fond of God and does not appreciate it when Charley prays or talks about her faith, and yet he can't seem to hear enough at times.  I was moved to tears at points in this book, and I was covered with chill bumps at the unbelievable miracles and signs of God's care and provision for the characters.  You will be surprised beyond imagination at how this book ends.  It is a must read!
            As I read, I thought of a precious young man who believes that the Bible is fantasy.   I can see how he might feel that way and many of the characters in this book share similar opinions.   I was thinking how I hope he will agree to at least read Raider's Vendetta and talk with me or other Christians about it afterwards.    I believe that reading this book will change lives!  
About the Author:

Karen Slimick Arnpriester,a graphic artist, wife and mother, lives in central California. She has four adult children, seven grandchildren and three dogs. Karen and her husband Don, made the decision to become foster parents, and are thrilled to be parenting two daughters. 
Karen looks forward to sharing her imagination and faith with you through her writing.
Visit her website:  http://www.anessiasquest.com
I received a complementary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.  

1 comment:

  1. Rhonda, thank you for such a special review. I pray that this young man does read Raider's and that God touches him.

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