Reviewed by Cindy Loven
Songs of Deliverance is a book that is intense, it addresses issues often not seen in Christian fiction, such as out of wedlock pregnancies, domestic violence, and abortion.
Centered around four adults, who were students of a special woman, who had great love for her students, these adults have now made names for themselves. Going further than the system ever thought they would. However these four adults are still stuck in the stigmatism of their raising, the expectations placed upon them by family, community and people in general.
Zeely, Ron, Brian and Grace/Donna all come face to face with their pasts, their present and their futures. Will they overcome? Will they rise above the things that haunt them from their past? Will love come to them?
As I said an intense story, that is not casual reading, but a excellent book. Marilynn Griffith addresses hard situations in this book with great finesse. 324 pages, $13.99 US, 4 stars.
This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review.
To learn more about this author visit her website at www.MarilynnGriffith.com
Available January 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group