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Call To The Heart

Call To The Heart [Kindle Edition]

David Camden
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Five young Christian friends embark on a cross-country road trip. They are in search of a mysterious woman rumored to have the power to heal.

As Christians, they are skeptical about the woman they are seeking, but the clock is ticking, and finding her may be their only hope.

Close behind is a depraved ex-boyfriend, obsessed with the dark myth of vampirism, and intent on holding on to what is his—no matter what the cost.

Call To The Heart is a story of hope and faith, life and death, and the reality that occasionally angels intervene; sometimes in dramatic fashion, and not in a way that’s expected.

Edition: January 2013

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 294 KB
  • Print Length: 190 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S. r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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4.0 out of 5 stars Different but challenging! 25 Feb 2014
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Quite a different story but very interesting how the characters affected and effected each other.
Please read and see how God works out all circumstances for His purpose.
I realize it's a fictional novel but these things can happen but always remember God is in control.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Worth reading! 13 April 2012
By CS - Published on
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I have had this book in my Kindle library for almost a month and half. I finally decided to give it a try in a bit of desperation (after starting and stopping a couple others that just didn't grip me after a few pages). I started it a few hours ago and finished it just a couple minutes ago. Wow! I hope the author brings out something new soon. And there is certainly enough in this cast for a follow-up book if that route was explored.
The writing was solid and made it easy to visualize the scenes without being too flowery or descriptive - just the way I like it. Most of the main characters were developed nicely and sufficiently. The 'dark' scenes in the book were not gratuitous or overly descriptive but served to effectively portray the demonized minds of the villains - chilling nonetheless - and I was pleased that the author was able to send a message here about the influence of certain disturbing aspects of culture that has become largely accepted by society. The author also told us enough about both the good and the bad guys to illustrate that the outcome of a life comes down to the progressive choices they make when they come to an understanding of where they are. In addition, even the good guys are shown to be just regular people with their own messes, finding grace and peace in Jesus Christ.
At one point after reading for a while I stopped and wondered what the point of the story was and when was it all going to come to a head, but then surprisedly realized that until that point I hadn't even remembered there should be something of a plot, so engrossed was I by the various chapters from each person's point of view and life. That has got to be a good book because I would have been long bored and added yet another unfinished-probably-never-to-be-finished book to my stash otherwise.
The book resolved nicely in its own way and didn't disappoint.
It even inspired me a bit to make a more conscious decision to value the relationships the Lord brings across my path and to focus on the little acts of kindness that display His way! Great read especially when some other Christian authors feel the way to make a book successful at reaching many is to water down the message.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible! 8 Mar 2012
By Robin Dix - Published on
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First of all let me say how disappointed I was to find this is David Camden's only book (hopefully there will be many more to come). This book was amazing and I found myself relating to all of the characters at some point, found myself being convicted of areas of my own sin and being profoundly blessed by this book. I read a LOT of Christian fiction and this one of my all time favorite books. I encourage you to get a copy and go on your own journey with these 5 friends, you will not be disappointed!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Definitely not professional standard writing and editing 24 Nov 2012
By Allan M - Published on
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The story in this might be reasonably good if it were not so annoying. It is rare for me to not finish a book, no matter how badly written. I'm not sure I will ever finish this one. For someone else to say this is solidly written seems to me like they have very low standards and expectations, or a friend or family member wanting to give high ratings to help boost sales. Changing character perspectives is not the real problem, the jumping back and forth in time is not really such a problem. The message could be good, but when poor grammar, wrong words/spellings and misuse of English and writing tense (past tense / present tense etc.) is totally mixed up, the quality of the writer's skill and editing is clearly not very good. I would never pay $2.99 for this. As a free download (which it was when I got it), it still really is not worth the price. Amazon and Nook self publishing is both good and bad. It means we get many free books, it also means we get many BAD free books that would never have been accepted by any publisher, or they would have been thoroughly edited before being printed.

Examples, these are just two of MANY
She checked the Internet and found that the county seat of Colfax County was in Raton. Once she found the number for the courthouse, she made the call. She was told that there is no record of a church in Angel Fire, or the entire Colfax County called Christian Pathways. She relayed this to Scott, and he said, "I think we're just going to have to go on faith. Becca, it's starting to feel a little like we're being lead, or being called, or something..."
The word is led, not lead - basic English.

"Scott, that was good," Becca smiled. "If she had only took the Bible and looked up the passage."
The word is taken not took - once again, basic English

Compare this writing to that of Jerry Jenkins, Jannette Bunn, Karen Hancocks and others, if the maximum star rating is 5, and if those professional authors are worth 5 stars, then this by contrast is worth 2 at absolute best. Maybe if this one went beyond first draft and had some real re-writing and editing it would deserve another one or two stars, but definitely not in the current state.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding 8 Mar 2012
By JJ - Published on
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I just finished reading Call to the Heart. I too was disappointed in one thing. There are no other books by this author. I can see how he could use all 5 of the people in another book and how they grew in their Christian walk and how they meet up again with Faith and work with her helping others. This book was very good and taught a good lesson to be learned by all Christians. Yet you do not realize it because you are so caught up in the book until you get done and think..hey that one sounded like me. So did that one. And that one. Good job to the author and I will definitely read any other book he writes. God bless you David and may God lead you into another story.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Wouldn't bother 15 Mar 2012
By Becky - Published on
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The storyline to this book is good. However, the style of this book has you jumping from one character to another with each chapter and then attempting to interweave them into the story. The author puts details in the book...that anyone reading would have known and also repeats alot of things that make common sense for your train of thought as a reader. I definitely would not recommend this book.
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