The small town of Hope is shaken when teenagers Kelsey and Harmonie uncover its skeletons of the past. Will those secrets tear the town apart, or will they become a path to healing? Meanwhile, it appears someone is willing to use any means necessary to take over their town. The girls look for new allies to save Hope. A House of Prayer arises to confront demonic forces, leading to glimpses of angelic activity. As the intensity of the warfare increases, people on all sides are being pushed past their limits. The future of Hope hangs in the balance.
The Hope Trilogy is written for those who are hungry for God’s revival and transformation of their communities.
This was an intense book two in this trilogy. What I find so interesting that this book was written before any of the issues our world is currently in. But it is extremely timely.
There are definitely a lot of supernatural things taking place and the book ends with a bang that will leave the reader wanting to see what will happen next and how can the town of Hope be saved? Because right now it doesn’t look so good.
I love Kelsey’s faith and how she is learning to rely on God and how God want to use her to help Hope.
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A copy of this book was given to me by the author. All opinions are my own.