“When he met Masćyma his youthful innocence was fully intact, uncorrupted, undisturbed by the nature of her burden.” #HillsofExile
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First Book Review
I’m so honor today to announce the independent review of my book on Reader’s Favorite website. Check it out. Thanks.
Reader’s Favorite Review of “Hills Of Exile”
The Healing Melody
In my recently published book, “Hills Of Exile,” the last few chapters tells the importance of a good musical melody. In the bible, David sang to Saul to help him deal with his malady. In this book the protagonist Isaac Kline was beaten and left for dead. The echo of a poetic melody from a beautiful lady voice not only gave him a mild erection, but her voice was so soothing that he arose from his healing bed. That chapter is one of my favorite because I always feel the same way whenever I hear a good melody, whether I am down, sick or nor up for the task.
Gods, Blood and Love
From the depth of World War II, where everything he did was against his will, to the mysterious land of the Zong, this Jewish raise, ex-Nazi soldier, Reverend Isaac Kline’s search for redemption is a story that will make you reexamine the purpose of your existence in the face of the hard choices you will ever make.
This book was written to subconsciously challenge your reality and religious beliefs about God/god.
Many who have read it think it’s not a Christian book. Some think it could be but they are second guessing because of the vivid imageries from World War II to the violent nature of the Zong.
Form your own opinion, read a sample, buy it, eBook or paperback. Support, support. Thanks. Hills of Exile is now available worldwide at:
Excerpts from “Hills Of Exile”
“The butcher, John Townsend, with apron stained with animal manure and blood, stood in his butchery, swines haggling about his gibbets. He was chewing a yellow root that saturated his bushy beard with dry yellow saliva.” Hills Of Exile, coming this fall.