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Rise

Rise When the battle with the hive ended in flames the village Oneness expected to pick up life where they left off But fire does not leave anyone unscathed Haunted by images of the fire and desperate to

  • Title: Rise
  • Author: Rachel Starr Thomson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When the battle with the hive ended in flames, the village Oneness expected to pick up life where they left off But fire does not leave anyone unscathed Haunted by images of the fire and desperate to know the truth about her destiny, April wrestles with inner demons that threaten to cut her off from those she loves most Meanwhile, Andrew Hunter faces the reality of lifeWhen the battle with the hive ended in flames, the village Oneness expected to pick up life where they left off But fire does not leave anyone unscathed Haunted by images of the fire and desperate to know the truth about her destiny, April wrestles with inner demons that threaten to cut her off from those she loves most Meanwhile, Andrew Hunter faces the reality of life with a wife and daughter he does not know a wife whose resurrection has made her than a stranger to him Six hundred years before, Teresa is equally embattled as questions of life, death, and revelation bring her to the edge of the greatest war of all the war for humanity s soul As their stories converge, the Oneness across the ages must press into the Spirit they hardly know, with only one certain promise From the ashes, truth will rise.

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    1. This is the last book in the Oneness Cycle and I hate to say goodbye. I feel like I did the first time I read Lord of the Rings I so loved this series of the battle for souls. Loads of demons, flawed humans, and this final book takes us through time and introduces us to one of the main characters (on the evil side). Great writing and now this is a new favorite author. If you like Ted Dekker or Frank Peretti, you will love these. Five stars here. I can recommend for ages 16 and up.

    2. i love these type of stories where you feel as though you know the characters. we are never alone

    3. Good endingGood ending to an interesting series. Lots of questions asked and answered about interesting subjects. I like fiction that explores truth in a different kind of story.

    4. Five books, one great storyMost book series for me are good enough to start, but not good enough to keep reading. The oneness cycle is different and better. Exile, the first book was a freebie, but so good I bought and devoured the rest. Imaginative, interesting, it nibbles at the edge of spiritual reality in the unseen world.

    5. I admit that I was excited to begin this book but apprehensive to finish it. Endings are one of the hardest things to get right. After spending so much time within The Oneness Cycle this past week (four books in one week!), I was afraid the ending would fall flat of my hopes. Happily, my fears were unnecessary.This book splits it's attention between the modern characters featured in the previous books and characters from medieval times. The book begins in an abbey where the sisters--members of t [...]

    6. I just finished Book 5 in the Oneness Cycle and had to take a minute to write a quick review. I loved every book in this series, but I didn't write a review (yet) for the other books. Rachel created a very interesting world full of real, admirable, and flawed characters. I think that's one of the things I liked the most. Her characters weren't all perfect "Oneness" (Christians). They had doubts and struggles just like all Christians do in this world. The way they handled those doubts and struggl [...]

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