Monday, June 29, 2015
Dead Dog Like Me
Nick Gregory regains consciousness after a horrific car accident to find he’s been transported back in time and that he has become Mephibosheth, Jonathan’s son and King Saul’s grandson. Aware that he’s experiencing another man’s life, he has to learn fast. When mega-church pastor, Nick Gregory, regains consciousness after a horrific car accident, he’s on the ground in agonizing pain. Nick realizes he is in a bizarre place – a foreign, parched, ancient land, having been transported back in time to 800 B.C. Unbelievably, he is in the body of a prince named Mephibosheth, a son of Jonathan and King Saul’s grandson. Nick is fully aware of who he is and that he’s now living in Mephibosheth’s body, strangely able to speak and understand Hebrew. This experience helps him see that he, like Mephibosheth, is a broken man desperate for God’s outrageous grace and healing (2 Samuel 9:8). Returning to present day, Nick’s experience motivates a changed life.
My thoughts: This book took me by surprise. I can't say that I liked the main character at the beginning, but his story is very compelling and will challenge you to take out your Old Testament and read more about Mephibosheth. I like how the characters develop and that the author tackles some difficult issues.
I received this book from Worthy publishing in exchange for my honest review.
Posted by Inklings and Notions at 6:54 PM
Labels: Biblical fiction, first look, worthy
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