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Reviewed by Anne Boiling for Readers' Favorite
Fans of author David Gelber will be thrilled with Joshua and Aaron the second book in his ITP series. Once again we meet some of our favorite characters as the battle between good and evil continues. Several of our favorites have taken different names to protect them from Diblonski.
We find Joshua contently living a quiet life. He spends his time betting on the horses. His caring nature endears him to the jockeys. Bessie was ill and need help right away. On the way to the hospital Joshua saw a body alongside the road. He carried the body over his should to the ER. Later when he inquired about the man the hospital denied having any record of his existence.
Returning to his home Joshua finds G. O’Donnell (Geoffrey) waiting for him. He urged Joshua to come with him immediately. Joshua’s life depended on it. O’Donnell was connected to Solar Concern. Geoffrey and Joshua barely escape in time. So begins the latest action packed installment in the ITP series.
I’m trying very hard not to give away too much of this fast moving plot. David Gelber has created a niche for himself in the world of Christian Science Fiction. The focus of this book is religion verses science. Man has become so technically advanced that he thinks he has finally achieved the status of God. Man is destroying himself. Gelber stays true to the Christian message in this book. God never changes, He is consistent, He never leaves us, and He never stops loving us. Gelber’s plot is exciting and well developed. The characters are easy to connect with. Gelber has combined action, adventure, science fiction, technology and romance to create a thriller sure to please the most discriminating reader.