An American Female Doctor, An Arab Christian Man, And An Officer Of The Sudanese Liberation Army Must Work Together To Find And Liberate A Young Girl Who S Been Abducted Into Slavery By The Northern Sudanese These Unlikely Partners Face The Reality Of A Nation In Turmoil, And The Rampant Hostility That Exists Between Christians And Muslims When The Lion Roars Addresses Issues Of Prejudice And The Injustices Inflicted Upon Southern Sudanese Citizens Will Romance Emerge Despite The Difficult Situations Redemptive Resolutions Reveal The Heart Of God Toward All People.Download The Readers Guide. A good story Read about Paul who is a new Christian and he is flying in supplies to southern Sudan He meets Larson the doctor there helping the people in the area She is rebelling against God Then her adopted daughter gets kidnapped Will
I liked this book because the author really showed what it is like in the Sudan The book was really rough on Muslims but I figured its due to hearing the southerns view points This book is so full of Christian ideals Its a shame that the story ended on a g
Great plot and setting, good characters The writing is a bit choppy, sometimes the visuals feel skipped , but great for speed readers I feel the author s agenda is worthy, but very pronounced and removed me from the story several times. When the Lion Roars and When the River Runs Red showcase Mills far reaching skill The story is masterful, poignant, and exquisitely told Mills condenses an immense subject into the precise lives of three people It s one of those books that leaves you a better person after reading. Based in Sudan and it really gives you a good feel for the country. This inspirational fiction title includes many of the elements you seem to enjoy Included are an international setting, a social focus, adventure, and the possibility of romance. I could not get through this book She is a local Christian author, and many people like her stuff, but it just wasn t for me.
- 320 pages
- When The Lion Roars
- DiAnn Mills
- 15 October 2018 DiAnn Mills