!!> BOOKS ✻ Island of Saints ✴ Author Andy Andrews – E-inbusiness.co.uk
While Digging Up A Withering Wax Myrtle Tree Beside His Waterfront Home On The Gulf Coast, Author Andy Andrews Unearths A Rusted Metal Container Filled With Nazi Artifacts And Begins An Intriguing Investigation That Unlocks An Unspoken Past That Took Place In His Backyard Literally In The Summer Of 1942, As The Country Gears Up For A Full Scale Commitment To WWII, German Subs Are Dispatched To The Gulf Of Mexico To Sink U.S Vessels Carrying Goods And Fuel For The War While Taking A Late Night Walk Along The Coastline, Helen Mason Recently Widowed By The Realities Of War Discovers The Near Lifeless Body Of A German Sailor Enraged At The Site Of Josef Landermann S Uniform, Helen Is Prepared To Leave The Lieutenant To Die When An Unusual Phrase, Faintly Uttered, Changes Her Mind.Set In A Period Simmering With Anger And Suspicion, Island Of Saints Offers The Very Real Chronicle Of A Small Town Preparing Itself For The Worst The World Has To Offer As Cargo From Torpedoed Ships Begins To Wash Up On The Beach, Josef And Helen Must Reconcile Their Pasts In Order To Create A Future.Blending His Unique Style Of Historical Accuracy With Unparalleled Storytelling, New York Times Best Selling Author Andy Andrews Offers A Tale Of War, Faith, And Forgiveness Illuminating The One Principle That Frees The Human Spirit. C H E E S E, that spells The Heart Mender This story could have been so much better, one of those based on a true story novels But instead it s a self help book with a theme that s crammed down your throat and with possibly the worst dialogue I ve ever read. I really, really loved this story, it was incredible A beautiful book of friendship, love, and forgiveness And the author did an incredible job at narrating the book I started this book by Andy Andrews on my 46th birthday My friend took me to lunch and I asked her to swing by the library to pick it up I read the subtitle to her A Story of the One Principle That Frees the Human Spirit Do tell I responded with sarcasm While that statement is a tall glass of water, it delivers a thirst quenching story of forgiveness Andrews writes, Where is it written that for one person to forgive another, the offender has to approve it, accept it, or even know about it Not to forgive means we yield ourselves to another person s control another person s governing values and his attitudes and actions We are forced by someone else into sequences of act and response, of outrage and revenge, and you know what It always gets worse Our present, when we refuse to forgive, is endlessly overwhelmed by the past Later, Forgiveness frees the forgiver This beautifully worded biblical principle is brought to life by a story A sto Read this book You will not regret it I loved it from the very first word to the very end It s beautiful and inspiring Worth every minute of your time I am for sure going to be reading of Andy s books after this one.