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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite
The Order of The Redeemed by Warren Cain is a creative faith-based novel about forgiveness and second chances. Kirk Murphy’s reckless lifestyle causes a devastating event that continues to burden him with guilt. He joins a secret order in the hope of finding redemption and moving forward from his crushing past mistakes. Initially, Jeff McCarry is conscious of the cruel steps he takes to grow his construction business. With time, his guilt lessens as his schemes become more cold-hearted. His selfishness costs Mike Hollister, an honest, dedicated man, his life’s work after Jeff cheats in the bidding process of a construction project. On a revenge-seeking mission, Hollister sends McCarry into another life where Jeff has a second chance to amend the cruel decisions of his past.
The Order of The Redeemed contains vivid, relatable characters who make mistakes and wish for a second chance. Ron is a drug addict on the brink of losing his family. Controlled by the drugs he is taking, Ron is unaware of the hurt he is inflicting on his wife and children. Like Murphy and McCarry, he wishes he could undo the decisions that led him to his present circumstances. Each character’s background varies and the mistakes the characters make are different. The novel also explores important biblical themes. It recreates the scriptural story of Zacchaeus and draws from Jesus’ teachings about forgiveness and redemption. I loved the fantasy elements introduced into the story which gives the book a unique, thrilling twist. Order of The Redeemed by Warren Cain weaves important themes into its interesting sub-plots.