This sounds like a good story for only a 3. 2nd novel. Like the blogger here, I would agree about the names of God being on capital letters at all times.
Title: Until the Harvest
Author: Sarah Loudin Thomas
Publisher: Bethany House
“Whatever His purpose is for you, it’s different from anyone else’s. You ponder on what makes you feel satisfied. That ought to at least point you in the right direction,” Henry is reminded of God in Sarah Loudin Thomas’s novel, Until the Harvest.
At three hundred and four pages, this paperback targets those who enjoy contemporary romance with relationship conflicts. With a slang word used twice, topics of moonshine, alcohol abuse, inferences of premarital sex, and having a child out of wedlock may not be appropriate for immature readers. This reviewer wishes there was consistency capitalizing all pronouns of God for reverence.
In this fictional story based in 1975 in West Virginia, college-aged Henry Phillips returns home for Christmas break. When his father passes away in his sleep on New Year’s Eve, the boy becomes angry and…
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