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Monday, January 10, 2011

Review of Prophecy the fulfillment

Prophecy the Fulfillment

Prophecy the fulfillment
Deborah A Jaeger
Hampton House Publishing 2010
ISBN 9780982889107

   First of all, I would like to thank Debbie Jaeger for asking me to read and review her book. Secondly, I would like to thank Hampton House for graciously providing me with a copy of the book to read. This has in no way affected my review. I was not compensated in any way except for the privilege of reading the book and being given a copy.
   Jillian Macomb is a typical teenager who is looking forward to her senior year of high school. Summer has just started and she breaks up with her boyfriend. To top things off, she finds out she is pregnant. If that isn't bad enough, she must convince everyone she is still a virgin. She forms an unlikely bond with her father's protege after they realize they are both having dreams. Dreams that make it clear to both of them that this is a very special child.
   When miracles start to happen, a geneticist discovers that Jillian's pregnancy holds the key to the unexplained healings that are taking place. The geneticist, the Catholic Church and the government all want the source of the miracles because they would hold the world's power in their hands.
   Jillian and Stephen come face to face with true evil and must decide if they will follow their  faith. Will they be able to save Jillian's child from the forces of evil that are after them? Will they be able to believe in the message of the prophecy?
   I have to tell you, this is one of the most amazing books I have read. The plot was well established and the story line flowed beautifully. All of the characters were strongly developed and none of them were weak. Many times, when you get to the end of a book, the story goes from point A to B in a few paragraphs. The ending of this book flowed as well as the rest of the story.
   If you enjoy reading good Christian literature, or if you just enjoy a good story, I highly recommend this book. You just might look at what you believe and do some serious evaluating. If you are not a believer, you may want to reconsider.
   This is the first novel for Debbie and she has started on a second. I hope to have the privilege of reading it when it is completed. You can find out more about Debbie by visiting her website at http://www.deborahajaeger.com/ or Hampton Publishing at http://www.hamptonhousepublishing.com/.
didn't like itit was okliked itreally liked itit was amazing (my current rating)


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