Truth wrapped in fiction has the power to engage the reader’s mind, heart, and spirit. So it has the power to transform.
Parker Hudson’s Book Reviews
This book took reading to a whole new level of enjoyment. The author not only captured you into the story with the way he wrote the book, but he also wrote the book in a way that when you finished it and put the book down the story never lets you go. It's truly a life changing book. To not read this book is a choice to be blind, for it will truly open your eyes to see a great deal of truth.
Joseph C. Smith, an Amazon Review
This is by far the best book I have ever read in my life, literally. This book in some ways changed my life and I purchased this copy for a friend. This is a Christian book, but surprisingly contains very graphic details of real-life situations of sin, temptation, and other struggles. It moves you and reminds you how our choices affect us and those that we care about…truly amazing
Staci, an Amazon Review
I have long sought to find someone who can express what I feel in writing. This author did just that. The president's State of the Union address is exactly my line of thinking, expressed in a manner I have heretofore been unable to get into writing. Great book. I borrowed it for free and liked it so much that I bought it. Recommended, but not for youngsters.
MominTandyland, an Amazon Review
This was the most powerful book I have ever read. While it is fiction, it sends a message that projects hope but also has a basic core which can generate questions as well as introspection and values evaluation.
Murrvet, an Amazon Review
I couldn’t put it down! The possible end..was like a literal punch in the stomach. I’ve never had a book make me feel like that..the wind is knocked out of you, you can’t breathe, unbelievable. I learned so much from this book.
Bran, an Amazon Review
I guess I’m a bit of an anomaly:
• A conservative Southerner who believes strongly in our nation’s unique founding ideals of individual, God-given freedoms,
• A civil rights activist who battled the segregationist Democratic Party in the Georgia Challenge Delegation in Chicago,
• A Naval officer who loved steering a guided missile cruiser around the Mediterranean,
• A commercial real estate entrepreneur and teacher for five decades in the U.S. and Russia,
• A Deplorable clinging to my guns and Bible, with a Master’s Degree from The London School of Economics as a Marshall Scholar,
A husband, father of five, grandfather, pilot, scuba-diver, author, and, most importantly,
• A sinner saved by grace alone.
So that’s the melting pot from which has emerged four novels about personal transformation, and many essays focused on Faith, Economics, and Policy.
I hope you will engage, and that we will seek Truth together.
Parker Hudson’s Blog
I like to focus on discerning the truth from the noise and the lies, and on this blog I relate those findings, hopefully with a fresh and unexpected perspective. I’ve been posting since 2010; I hope that you will sample some of the threads, and pass them to others. And please also subscribe, using the red button in the right column on any blog page, to receive posts and newsletters in the future.
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