Experience the psalms like never before–through thought-provoking fiction. A man wakes up in the Valley of Death and realizes he’s given up everything, including his memories, to attempt to kill Death so that he can bring his wife back to life. But when he fails, who will be there to rescue him? The Hunter and the Valley of Death is a profound meditation on life, death, loss, and love. Formatted as a fantasy parable on the topic of surrender, this story shows that there is only One who could kill Death–and because of him, and him alone, we say, “Oh, Death, where is your sting?”
At first I wasn’t sure how much I would enjoy this book. I wasn’t making connections right way. My advice is to keep reading. Eventually the very deep meanings will become clear and make sense to you.
Although I never cried I was came close as I could see the symbolism and the power in this book. It puts into new perspective what Jesus did for us.
I appreciated the end of the book that takes a deeper look at the scripture and then the section on the symbolism. The author didn’t hand feed everything that was in the book but allowed the reader to make their own connections as well.
If you enjoy books that are a bit different but are rooted in scripture I recommend this one.
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A copy of this book was given to me by the author. All opinions are my own.