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Monday, July 1, 2013

marquis boone Til the Last Drop

about the book
It is February of 2000, and Arthur and Valencia Todd and their twelve- year-old daughter, Lindsy, are living very happily—until Valencia receives a life-changing phone call. Life deals her a crisis that requires a miracle of biblical proportion.

Six months later, Valencia’s life is still in shambles. As she walks on a path lined with grief, frustration, illness, and loneliness, Valencia is too frightened to seek help from doctors, on whom she quietly blames her mother’s premature death. As she prays for answers, nothing seems to heal her persistent medical condition, prompting Valencia to plummet down a dark tunnel of despair. Desperate for answers, Valencia draws inspiration from the worn pages of her mother’s Bible, fueled by an unyielding determination to find healing. But three years later, as she is led to the doors of a holistic center where she believes she will finally be helped, Valencia helplessly watches as her life disintegrates once again—completely unaware that the Holy Spirit is waiting to comfort her.

’Til the Last Drop is the inspirational story of one woman’s journey to the truth as she learns to listen to her heart, never give up, and, above all, trust in God.

my thoughts

An inspirational story that tells of God's love for us and his willingness to help.  If you've read the Bible, you will recognize the characters.  

This book is a very quick read, it didn't take Marquis Boone too long to stress his point.  You are loved. God is here for you.  I recommend this book to anyone searching for answers.

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.  I was not asked nor required to provide a positive review.(Thankfully, I loved the book)

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Genre – Religious Fiction

Rating – PG

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