In the book David and Goliath: The Guardian Angel Chronicles, David Liberty is trapped in a failing body and lives in a nursing home. His mind is still intact and he is very lonely and bitter. He is visited frequently by his daughter Mary and one day his life changes. He is visited by an angel, Joelle, who offers David a second chance at life. There are rules to be followed and he has to show God through his actions that he believes and loves him. He is thrown into the lives of people and he starts to care for them. He has to face many obstacles -the angel has removed his ability to speak and he must fight an enemy that is trying to destroy God's children in anyway that he can. Can David help himself and the people he is introduced to? What happens to David? I guess you have to read the book to find out.
About the Author-
A physical therapy clinic and fitness center owner, Bryan Hathaway has dedicated his life to helping people heal. In an effort to reach individuals at a spiritual level, Bryan has taken his knowledge of scripture and love for fiction and combined the two in his own series of novels, The Guardian Angel Chronicles. Recipient of "The small business of the year award" in 2003, Bryan has been a guest at local schools and churches where he speaks on subjects like: "Winning in sports and winning in life," and "Success after school." His speaking topics are all inspired by tragedies in his own life where he learned firsthand about the fragility of life and that there is no guarantee of tomorrow.
I LOVED the book. I was immediately drawn into the storyline and I was not able to put the book down. The characters were described fully and I felt that I had known them well. I recommend the book to everyone and second chances can happen in our lives. There was humor, adventure, love, and good vs evil all rolled up into an excellent novel. I look forward to the next installment of the Guardian Angel Chronicles.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book by Rebeca at Glass Roads PR for my honest review and I was not compensated for my review.