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Through the Deep Waters by Kim Sawyer

Through Deep waters tells the story of Dinah, Ruthie, and Amos. Dinah was born to a prostitute in Chicago. She grew-up living and working in the Brothel. She was an outcast and made one mistake that she felt defined her. She found herself starting her life over in small town Kansas working in a hotel. Her roommate, Ruthie, was the daughter of the local pastor. She too is finding her way while working and sending money to help her parents. Following a childhood injury resulting in a limp, Amos has done well for himself. He is a local chicken farmer and sells eggs daily. He is a hardworking honest man.

I loved this book. I’m starting to become quite the Kim Vogel Sawyer fan. In my opinion, the overall theme of this book is You are loved. Each of the three main characters are in spiritually different places. Ruthie struggles with her jealousy while Dinah has never heard any tell her about God. Amos is strong and steady in his faith. This is an awesome story where three lives intersect and faith is renewed.

On a scale of 1-5 bookends, I hands down give this a 5 out 5.

If you are interested in learning more about this author, go to her website here. Or read the books first chapter. 

I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review.

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