A Season of MysteriesRusty Whitener
Faith is relatively new to Zack, Donnie, Skeeter and the other boys who played together on the 1971 champion Little League team. That baseball season was forever imprinted on their souls, due in large part to the life-changing actions of a boy named Rafer. But this summer - ... Read More
The compelling follow-up to Rusty Whitener's award-winning A Season of Miracles, A Season of Mysteries explores the world of pranks, adventures and innocent romance that teens inhabit - and the sobering reality of a world of seen and unseen influences bent on influencing young lives.
Page Count: 352
- Product type: Book
- Format: Softcover
- Release Date: Apr 1, 2013
- UPC: 9780825443220
- Height: 0
- Width: 0
- Length: 0
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 351
- Publish Date: Apr 5, 2013
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 0
- Audience Age Minimum: 0
- BISAC: "FIC042000"
- ISBN: 0825443229
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- Good over Evil by Maureen on 6/4/13
We meet Dr Richard Powell in the beginning of the book. He is at the home of Dr David Woodruff. He has a unique gift, or curse? Depends on how you look at it. He proves it with recounting every word that had been spoken at the house, since he arrived. He is there to recount a complete dialogue of the summer of 1976. A time of his youth, and challenge to his faith.
He was growing up that summer, a gifted learner. He has his first date with Julie Prevette, he is also on the winning Little League Team. We are with him when he learns how to pitch, with the help of Mr Peachy, and again when he remembers and uses the pitch!!
You will love the antics of these young teens, and the dialogue he remembers verbatim. Typical boys being boys!
We learn about UFO's...Demons??? What an interesting way to describe them. We also experience Spiritual Warfare with these teens, and challenges to their new found faith.
Enjoy the story of Good over Evil, God over Satan. It is a real page turning, fast pace read.
I received this book through Kregel Publishing, and was not required to give a positive review.