Ally and I recently read Everybody's Daughter by Michael John Sullivan. This book is the new sequel to Sullivan's book Necessary Heartbreak. It is an interesting book about a man and his teenage daughter who stumble through a mysterious tunnel in an old church into the Bible days. The daughter disappears, while her father searches for her in the modern world. It is a really different novel, balancing two plot-lines, in the modern world, the FBI accuses the father of wrong-doing as the daughter can not be found.
This is a well-written, suspenseful, twisting, plot kind of book, but Ally and I both felt like we would've liked it better if we had read the first in the series. I always enjoy a book that has excellent biblical application. I have to say this is an odd book, but I also like books that are out of the ordinary, unpredictable. This book dabbles in topics of salvation, prayer, forgiveness, and sacrifice.
This book is available as an e-book for Kindle or Nook for only $3.47. The paperback edition is best priced at Barnes & Noble for $9.85. Overall, I would recommend this book. I'd like to read the first one. Apparently, there will be a third and final book released in this series soon. You can also read an excerpt from Everybody's Daughter and enter a contest the author is hosting at his website HERE.
I was given this book by B&B Media Group and Michael John Sullivan for the purposes of review only.