His best book yet: "A Time to Stand" by Robert Whitlow
"A Time to Stand" is Robert Whitlow's best book yet, with a drama-filled plot that had me glued to the pages from beginning to end. The scenes felt ripped from the headlines, capturing the racial tension that is broiling in communities across North America in real life. I love the twist he threw into this novel, having an African-American attorney fight on behalf of a white police officer, exposing the reality that prejudice lies on all sides. The characters are real and as flawed as you and I, and this makes Adisa all the more lovable as a hero. However, as remarkable as Adisa is, it is her Aunt Josie who stole the show for me, living out a powerful faith that truly moves mountains. I am convinced that it will be prayer warriors like her, ones who change the very atmosphere around us, who will be given the most honour in heaven one day! As with Whitlow's other novels, he weaves faith into the very fabric of the novel in a remarkable manner, showing how God is on the move in the most difficult of circumstances. Readers who dive into this novel will not only be greatly entertained by the story they encounter, but will find themselves encouraged in their walk with God along the way.
I was honestly moved to tears by the time I turned the final pages of this amazing story. I highly recommend "A Time to Stand" and award it a full 5 out of 5 stars.
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