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Long years ago, at the dawning of civilization, the Eve woman was formed. Pulled from her nestling place, the side of man….
She’s the yesterday’s woman, the fresh oil of today. She’s timeless. Yet, modern, with the scent of Holiness embedded within her….
Back then, she was beguiled by evil; but now this 21st century woman is leading others to Christ Jesus, with a humble demeanor….
Discover the 3 parts within her. The Inmate, The Bunk-mate, and The Helpmate….
Go on a journey within the pages to learn of the 12 houses, that she resembles. From a shack to a tree-house, she’s unstoppable, unmovable, and always abounding in God’s grace. “Who Is This Woman? She’s The 3wGirl.
“The Woman, The Witness, And The Wife! Coming to an online bookstore near you…September 2018
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The Truth and The Serpent written by J. Rutledge is a fantastic work of fiction that explores an alternate creation story than what we’ve been told. Instead of focusing on the man and the woman in the Garden of Eden, this book focuses on the Serpent. The creature known as temptation and sin.
The book shows the Serpent’s side of the story as a present day man. I found this to be a very interesting concept for the book, as this was a story that I’ve known since childhood and had blindly accepted that the serpent was bad.
I really enjoyed the wit of the serpent. And the detail with which his character is developed is superb. If I had to think about what the serpent was like in the Bible, the description in this book would’ve nailed it. The journey that the serpent goes on is a thrilling adventure as well.
I really liked the language of the book although Sometimes The Capitals On Words Like Time took a bit of getting used to. Apart from that, the way the book was easy to read and the prose flowed naturally.
I knew going into this book that it would be heavy on the religion, but I didn’t expect it to be as heavy handed in it’s delivery. It was clear from the start that the author had done his research. Everything was thoroughly examined and fit it’s backstory nicely. I just felt that there was an overabundance of biblical references at times.
This book is very well written. The first line had me melting into the sunset the author painted with his words. That’s why, despite the heavy biblical tones, I was able to finish it. The strength of his writing and the imagery surrounding his words and concepts got me through it.
I really related to all of the characters and what they went through. It was clear that this was done on purpose so I could get the lessons that I was being taught, which wasn’t something that I expected from a work of fiction, but it’s what happened anyway. My curiosity was piqued often and I couldn’t wait to see what happened next. I had to go back and re-read pages as I was going through and consuming the information so quickly. That’s how you know you’re onto a winner.
Pages: 499 | ASIN: B01N7SVJO6
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