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A book review of redeeming love by francine rivers

  • Might change your views a little on the book;
  • Is Angel even capable of love?
  • Frankly, there was a simplicity in the writing of this book that made it exceedingly readable;
  • I mean, just how much does one woman have to suffer?
  • Angel represents the church and Michael represents Christ;
  • Sold into prostitution as a child, she survives by keeping her hatred alive.

Iam one of them. I thank God that the author wrote word for word how she did in this book.

“Redeeming Love” — A Review

I took a step in healing and this literally saved my marriage and my life. Might change your views a little on the book. She wrote it for them.

  1. Her final healing must come from the One who loves her even more than Michael does…the One who will never let her go.
  2. Just like in the biblical book of Hosea, Angel runs away numerous times, fearful of opening herself up to a love she might lose.
  3. Frankly, there was a simplicity in the writing of this book that made it exceedingly readable. The book synopsis is.
  4. I personally thought it is a wonderfully riveting book. Angel has really lived a hard life.
  5. And there was nothing explicit at all.

Frankly, there was a simplicity in the writing of this book that made it exceedingly readable. Staccato and repetitive was appropriate at that point.

Redeeming Love

And it seemed like normal thought in both graphs. As far as pronouns are concerned, the big mistake would have been if Rivers felt she needed to use proper nouns all the time. As for the sex scene, or lack thereof, I thought she got round the issue very well… we knew what they did, without the detail that so debases mainstream romance novels — at least for me. I am only 15 but this was an amazing novel and it is my favorite book.

My biggest problem with the book is that Angel, having been severely abused, would not have been in touch with any good feelings at all. I am speaking from experience.

It took me a long time to know that good feelings are relevant to me.

Another problem I had with the book is the 16 year old moving in with the bitter widower: The Bible account of Ruth was totally different. And obviously it is well written enough yo sell quite a few books. I personally thought it is a wonderfully riveting book.

  1. I am only 15 but this was an amazing novel and it is my favorite book. I made lots of my friends read it.
  2. I thank God that the author wrote word for word how she did in this book.
  3. She wrote it for them.
  4. Frankly, there was a simplicity in the writing of this book that made it exceedingly readable.

Could not put it down till I was finished. Their simplistic themes are beyond your elite intellectualism. Regardless of how much you agree or disagree with the plot of a story, if the writing is weak or the story becomes tedious, it has the potential to turn off a lot of readers. Shame is a theme that has stood out very clearly! I of course can say that this book is very sentimental and cheesy however I think that they success of this book and the heart behind it is something to think about before writing it off completely.