Date published: 22/02/2021
Date read: 13/07/2021
Scarred by a tragic past, eleven year old Jamie Walker chooses not to speak.
Consumed with jealous rage, Jimmy Gillespie is driven to violence.
And John Macintyre awakens from a vivid nightmare convinced he is going to kill.
Living high upon the Scottish hills, John and Sarah Macintyre enjoy a serene life until a televised news bulletin sends them on a desperate search for a missing child. After finding the child and returning him safely to his parents, the Macintyres are approached by the local press, attracting both unexpected and unwanted attention.
But the aftermath of the media coverage changes the course of their lives forever, and events are set in motion that are joyful, heart breaking – and terrifying.
Thanks to Rob for sending me this book and it’s two prequels. I was really looking forward to reading the last book, but equally sad that I was nearing the end. I’ve felt so connected with Sarah and her family and friends, and wasn’t quite ready to leave them.
This final book is fast paced and action packed from the off, and brings other characters into the magical world we’ve come to live in. This book, in my opinion, focusses more on Sarah’s husband John, and how this gift they all have has changed the family dynamics.
I have loved all three books but I’d say the first is still my favourite. It was so unlike anything I’ve read before which made it even more special, and I have recommended them to several friends already.
I found the first book was more about the spiritual, the second about the human nature, and this to one is a beautiful marriage of the two. It pulls your heartstrings left, right and centre, and at times, is truly heartbreaking. There is more at stake in this book, and you really feel the jeopardy this family is going through. I truly hope Rob gets the success his series truly deserves.