Tuesday’s Tale

The Sinners’ Garden is another captivating book by William Sirls, filled with love, faith and mercy, felt not only by the characters but also by the readers.

Andy Kemp is an embittered teen, fed up with his Mom and everything she represents.

Judi, Andy’s single Mom, has been believing and living as if she were a victim since Andy was just a toddler.

Gerald Ripley, known as Rip, is a convicted felon who tries to guide and mentor his nephew, Andy.

Heather Gerisch is the small town cop and best friend to Judi.

Benning Township, where they live, houses a lot of secrets.  Its mysteries include the unsolved murder of Heather’s father; the so-called “Summer Santa” who leaves money, grocery gift cards and other gifts to the local poor; the way Andy’s I-Pod “speaks” to and through him; and a lush garden “magically” appearing in the middle of a derelict, broken down factory parking lot.

William Sirls is a master at intrigue and fantasy, wrapping his characters in a believable and heartwarming story of redemption, faith and God’s holiness. He challenges us to believe and accept the suggestion of God’s miracles occurring, even in modern times. (And, why not, since God is the same yesterday, today and forever?)

I received this book from http://www.bookfun.org/ in exchange for an honest review.

 

garden at facctory

Advertisements

About RobbyeFaye

An avid reader, homemaker and grandmother. I try to be as real, honest and thought provoking as possible. My blog is primarily devoted to book reviews, but at times it has stretched and grown, as it ebbs and flows with me. However, I still read a lot and review the books I read. Loving life and Jesus Christ.
This entry was posted in Books, reviews and more.. Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to Tuesday’s Tale

  1. bulldog says:

    Great review …

    Like

  2. andy1076 says:

    It’s certainly got me intrigued, Especially the single parent part since that’s something I am too and can relate to in certain ways 🙂

    Like

    • RobbyeFaye says:

      It is an interesting book. I think I liked his 1st book better (The Reason) but this one is good, too. They both make you think and question the norm.
      Thanks for coming by.
      I checked out your blog and am now following.

      Like

Hit me with your first thought!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s