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Wow this 128-page book by Frank Peretti had a poor plot uncreative writing absolutely no character development and a horribly disjointed theme with blatant inaccurate facts imbedded in it Whew that felt good to get off my chest First of all the characters can only be compared to paper dolls due to how flat and dull they are Everyone in the story including Kathy Dan and Tilly had only one or two personality traits that Peretti played off of with no depth to them what so ever This prevents the readers from truly connecting to the personal pains and struggles of each character in the book I for one had no sympathy for Kathy or Dan because looking through their eyes and relating to them is nearly impossible The story is supposed to be one of great meaning to many women as it is usually used as a tool for post-abortive women to sympathize with their choices and yet how can that be so if the woman theyre supposed to be feeling oh-so-sorry for is so one-sided It doesnt work at all The overall method of storytelling is almost as bad It is terribly stale with short descriptions and sentences that a 6th grader could think of Nothing is remotely creative in this tiny book at all Chapters are at most four to six pages long The story line of this 128-page book lacks a beginning middle and end The climax of the story is also noticeably absent One can easily be lost in the plot of this short book unless they pay close attention Nothing is truly revealed until the very end All of this can only result in a terribly written short novel The next issue I would like to address is the overall message of the book Kathy and Dan have been living happily for a long time until a tiny gravestone triggers off memories of Kathys abortion nine years ago As
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