It’s been a hard couple of years waiting for the next book, but Guy’s stories have only gotten better. Sentence structure is still an issue, but the tales are bold and fearless. Press on through for the truths revealed are many. Pharaoh’s Slave demands thought for though things seem outrageous, there’s truth amidst the speculation. It’s a fun ride. I love the book.
Many of the scenarios are a joy simply because they line up with what we think happened before the flood. Others do the job by giving definition to Leviathan, and so on. But throughout the action/adventure tale compels excitement. I’ve called Guy the Christian Clive Cussler before and here comes another one.
Pharaoh’s Slave demands thought and won’t let you coast
This is clearly spirit-filled fiction of the most outrageous sort, but it doesn’t go beyond the bounds of God. The spiritual warfare is actually realistic—which remains extremely rare, as you know. Throwing the mountain into the sea shows a nice touch of reality.
These stories give us a glimpse of what books for teenagers can be from an anointed man of God. But please read it first. Your teen will have questions, and you should have answers.
I highly recommend his books. I’ll be truly happy when Guy’s life settles down and he can produce more series like The Warrior Kind. Guy could end up one of the greats.