First off, as I have said in previous blogs about book reviews, I have never seen where a book review (unless it is a major newspaper like the New York Times) affects sales at all. At least, I haven't seen a difference when considering sales figures, but that doesn't mean that I still don't write them.
Regardless, I decided to write a review here.
McGowan's Call by Rob Smith
Several short stories wrapped around a novella (also known as a composite novel), McGowan's Call is just a few of the stories from a minister's life. Some of the stories are poignant, some are eye-opening, but all of them are life-affirming. How one minister (Davis McGowan) goes through the emotional upheavals of others' lives and still manages to live his own is the crux of these stories. My question is this: "What next for McGowan?" The author leaves it open-ended as far as the main character, and yet, it is complete as is.
Disclaimer: Rob Smith is not only the author, but he is also my husband.
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