I found this book to be an excellent read and very hard to put down. It chronicles the intertwining lives of several Muslims who converted from Islam to Christianity. All of their stories were different; but, very inspiring to read about. The book takes you back and forth into their lives as each life story unfolds and several become connected to each other. I was touched deeply by this book. It was very well written and you feel as if you are right there living through the persecution with them. Those who practice religion freely need to be there in a much stronger showing of support for the persecuted. This I am certain of.
This was a book with a bit of a slow start, but after I got into it, I couldn't put it down....literally. Parts of the book brought tears to my eyes. I read God's Smuggler a couple of years ago, and I plan to read other books by Brother Andrew. His life's testimony challenges me to go all out for what God has called me to do.