Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Wakulla Book Review - The Last Detail, by Lisa Lickel
The Last Detail by Lisa Lickel
Book review April 5, 2015
Wakulla Book Review
The Last Detail is about two middle-aged people who find love with each other with patience and God’s will. Amalia grew up in a family with elderly parents and was an only child. She inherited a business “The Last Detail.” It was a service to loved ones of the deceased. Through convenience she was pressured into a future prearranged marriage with her partner, the owner of a funeral home. Hudson and Amalia’s parents were also partners and wanted their children to marry each other. The story takes place in a small town in USA and is current in time.
Merit, a missionary in the small country of Nehrangestan, is caught in between a rebel war and is wounded saving children of the village.
God puts Amalia and Merit together through a series of events that are heartwarming. Amalia has to take control of her life and have the courage to be up front and confrontational with Hudson. She uses wisdom and diplomacy to let him down while not affecting their business relationship.
I recommend this read. Somewhere in each of our hearts lies silently the emotions of relationships. I believe that God also has a wonderful plan for me in His time. I need the patience that the characters of this book have and let God work.
Wakulla Book Review by Glen...
I want to personally thank all the men who are reviewing the books written by JOHN 3:16 AUTHORS. I am thankful that we are able to bless them and appreciate the encouragement given to us by their reviews.
Their insights, comments, and encouragment means a lot. Steve said I (Lorilyn Roberts) could visit the prison and I hope to do that sometime in the near future. I ultimately look forward to the day when we are all free in the Lord's presence to worship together our Risen King!
Each WEEK (usually on Tuesday), we are posting reviews from Wakulla Correctional inmates of
John 3:16 books.
Inmates are loving the new books from John 3:16 authors. Chaplain Steve Fox is adding the new books to the prison library in this initiative to "change lives to ensure a safer Florida."