Book Review: The Preacher’s Letter by Billy Beasley
I usually like to read Christian romance or romantic suspense novels. I don’t typically read general fiction or Christian fiction novels, so I wasn’t sure if I would like this book that I just finished reading—The Preacher’s Letter.
However, I enjoyed the book. It is a great story sharing the powerful message about God’s unconditional love and grace for us and how we should mirror that grace toward others we encounter each day. The story of transformation of the main character, Troy Dawkins really drew me in. I couldn’t wait to see how the story ended.
You could tell that the author truly had a love for the ocean and beach environment. I liked the descriptions of the beautiful scenery. You felt like you were in each scene with the characters.
There were point of view shifts that made the story somewhat confusing and sometimes I had to reread sections to identify which POV I was reading from. However, that didn’t detract too much from me enjoying this great story. I recommend that you add this book to your reading list.
About the Book
Troy Dawkins hears a pop in his right shoulder and his dream of pitching professionally evaporates in a split-second. In hushed voices, those closest to him refer to it as the first event in “The Trilogy of Tragedy.”
He receives an unwelcome letter from an egotistical preacher that sets off a strange chain of events. With a newfound friend and possible love on the line, can he find a way to escape the haunting nightmares of death and rediscover hope, finding faith...one last time?
About the Reviewer
Joanne Troppello is a published author of 3 inspirational fiction novels and the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Mustard Seed Sentinel. She has experience as a freelance writer in topics such as marketing, retail marketing, health and wellness, internet and media, travel and lifestyle, website content, recommendations for apps, and content for blogs. Visit her Amazon Author Page for more information regarding her books. Connect on Twitter.