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Saving Faith Mass Market Paperback – July 9, 2019
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- Publisher : Grand Central Publishing (July 9, 2019)
- Language : English
- Mass Market Paperback : 496 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1538701138
- ISBN-13 : 978-1538701133
- Item Weight : 9.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 4.2 x 1.2 x 7.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #304,248 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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However, Danny has become entangled with a man who is putting pressure on Danny. Because of this, Faith notices how much her boss has changed. In fact, he has asked her to leave the firm. She is heartbroken because he is like a father to her. Because of Faith’s past, all she has ever wanted was a home and stability. Now, to help them both get freedom from the man behind Danny’s trouble, Faith has sought help from the FBI. What happens next is what she never saw coming!
The author’s story is heart pounding and he keeps readers interested because there is more than one mystery going on at different points in the tale. I like his books because of the depth of the characters, stories and constant riveting tension in the plot. Unlike his later offerings with a few exceptions there are a couple scenes that weren’t enjoyable to read because of the content, though I was thankful that the author wasn’t as descriptive or revealing as other authors seem to be. In the story, there are a few cuss words but knowing ahead of time it isn’t a Christian book, I don’t let that deter me. I just gloss over the words.
So why read the book? I read it because the synopsis really did grab my attention and I did enjoy more than 3/4ths of the book. The other reason I read various books is sometimes to discover what other reviewers haven’t stated is in the novel as well as to see if the author’s tale has merit. If you don’t like reading books with some of these various additions I stated earlier, then pass this one up. If you do like these types of high stakes, thrilling books and would like to see more just without the negative stuff in it, write a short review on Amazon to let the author know of your interest and thoughts. Many authors read reviews and take to heart what readers want or in this case would like to see left out of the future books.
I like being able to hopefully positively influence authors, reviewers and readers alike by writing my thoughts about a book. Why not write your thoughts on a review and share them?
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I could almost leave this exact review about the majority of his books, but they are all so different and all so compelling.
Five Gold Stars.
The story was interesting, based on rogue CIA bosses, which always pleases an English reader, and had a couple of twists at the end which kept one going, without the usual feeling of regret that comes when a Baldacci ends WITH NO INDICATION OF WHEN THE NEXT ONE IN THE SERIES IS DUE.
Lots of not required detail wasting pages, and some of it just wrong. A fairly normal story. Inconclusive ending.
I wanted to finish it and not give up but I didn't feel a vested interest with the characters.
I can't help thinking the author should write fewer really good books rather than churn out more of the same. He is certainly capable.