Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Captive (Review and GIVEAWAY!!!)

By: Melissa Baker

Captive is an amazing story and as I was reading this book, I couldn't help but put myself in the main characters shoes. What would I do if this happened to me? How would I react? The author was honest and straight forward throughout the whole book about everything that happened while she was being held hostage. This book proves that God can use anyone, in any situation for His glory... you just have to be a willing vessel. I would highly recommend this book to anyone!

About the Book:

CAPTIVE, based on a miraculous true story that drew the attention of the entire nation, is a thrilling drama about the spiritual collision of two broken lives. When Brian Nichols- on the run as a subject of a city wide manhunt and desperate to make contact with his newborn son- takes recovering meth addict Ashley Smith hostage in her own apartment, she turns for guidance to Rick Warren's best selling inspirational book, The Purpose Driven Life. While reading aloud, Ashley and her would-be killer each face crossroads where despair and death intersect hope.

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  1. One of the biggest things that's held me captive over the years is that ridiculous need to make others happy and neglect my own happiness. It's still a struggle, but I've tried to move past it by being very aware of my motives and reasons for doing things.