The Problem With Miracles by S.K. Jansky is both a contemporary and historical Christian novel that is a compelling read from the start.
The novel concerns priorities – love and money. What motivates you? For some, life is motivated by making money, believing that even happiness can be bought. For others, people matter far more than money and status. Love makes the world go round. To love and to be loved is priceless. Love puts others first.
Family is important. There are different types of family. Some families are dysfunctional. Others are consumed by love. The bond of love tugs across the miles. Warped family memories can also consume and motivate.
No one lives in grand isolation. Our lives all interconnect, even down the years.
There is a menacing voice. It chills the reader and had me asking questions. Whose voice was it? And what is it stalking? And why?
I enjoyed The Problem With Miracles. It was a well thought out and cleverly constructed story. A comprehensive read.
I received this book for free. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.