Union Cross 3

New Seasons

Christian - Fantasy/Sci-Fi
234 Pages
Reviewed on 08/01/2013
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Reviewed by Maria Beltran for Readers' Favorite

In Union Cross 3: New Season by Aaron David Harris, David Johnson has now made peace with the Lord as well as with his former rival George Dean, who eventually becomes his best friend. George’s change of heart, though, does not make any difference as to how some people think of him. For instance, his colleagues in C.O.R.E. Headquarters, an elite organization that fights global dangers, Marcia Miguelas and Carolyn Cross do not put their trust in him. His past, in the name of Jasmine Dean, has returned to threaten every human on the planet. What is her relationship with George? Will George be able to face these challenges in his purpose to live a wiser life in the Lord?

Do not be misled, Aaron David Harris is not preaching. I personally do not like contrived Christian-based books that purposely preach the gospel and do not ring true. This story, however, encompasses our understanding on what is right and wrong. If there is one thing that I am certain about Union Cross 3, it is that this novel will restore your faith in humanity.

There is always a market for intelligent, faith-driven fiction and Harris’ compelling narration, not to mention his fresh Christian voice, will certainly earn him a large following. Brilliantly relating spiritual issues to human life makes this novel a good Christian book that is, by the way, very rare to find. Above all, the characters in this book represent honest realities of human life and of divine revelation, providing the readers with a one-of-kind experience.