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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
What a scary time it must have been for the disciples and those who had been following Jesus, after He was crucified on that cruel, rugged Roman cross. But the most amazing resurrection happened and Jesus is not dead. He has risen from the dead and is alive. And the disciples, with the help of the Holy Spirit, will carry on the command made by Jesus before His death, and that is to tell the world the Gospel, and of the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. And this wonderful Gospel story is played out in this most inspiring and entertaining book, The Wind, the Road and the Way by Jenny Cote.
This is my first book by author Jenny Cote and it was an amazing read. I love how the characters fell right into place, bringing the story together before my eyes in each scene. Ms. Cote takes the story that we celebrate at Easter, the story of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus, and gives her readers a vivid example of how life may have been like for those living during those early days. I loved the biblical history and getting to know the lifestyles and historical details of the early days talked about in Acts. But most of all, I enjoyed the way Ms. Cote takes the Gospel of Jesus and weaves it throughout the book and the lives of the people. The redemption message is clear; Jesus died on the Cross for the sins of mankind. And He can and will change the hearts of those who trust Him. Nothing is impossible for Him.
If you enjoy biblical fiction, I highly recommend The Wind, the Road and the Way by author Jenny Cote. I just know you will enjoy this book as much as I did. Thank you, Ms. Cote, for an amazing account of God’s love for us.