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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
Jump by Michel Sauret is a thrilling story about a man’s search for meaning and a deep spiritual connection. Christopher grew up with rigorous religious training at home, one that was designed by his parents to lead him to please God, to achieve things for God, but after an accident in which he breaks his leg, things begin to change around him --- relationships, acceptance, love --- and he begins to ask very serious questions about God and life. He had hoped to find the answer in sex, in learning, and other avenues of pleasure, but everywhere he turns, he is faced with the same nagging emptiness and the unanswered questions that stir his spirits. It is not until he journeys with an atheist, a path that brought them to a church that feels like home in Selma, Alabama, that Christopher begins to feel a genuine connection, but for how long will this connection last?
Michel Sauret has the rare skills of storytelling and insightful thinking, a combination of gifts that readers will root for. Jump is more than a story that offers answers and, at times, readers will have to stop and ponder more on the questions raised by the characters than the answers they receive. Christopher is the kind of character that readers instinctively fall in love with, because he reminds them of their own journey of faith, their unanswered questions, and their desperate flights from reality. This is a book packed with wisdom and uplifting lessons for seekers. The author knows how to lead readers to ask serious questions about themselves without slowing the pace at all. This is a book that will teach, inspire, instruct, and empower readers to seek connections that matter; a story of love, hope, and daring faith.