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Top Customer Reviews
Moses is a prophet. Actually, Amy Harmon is the prophet. Her lyrical, poetic storytelling had me spell bound. What a gift of a book.
I sobbed so hard, my family thought something was wrong with me. There wasn't, I was just so caught up in Moses and his visions that the world around me ceased to exist. Moses Wright is the Bruce Willis of 6th Sense. My heart hurt for him and the evil prejudice that small minded people treated him with. Georgia Shepherd sees beyond the crack and falls for the beautiful man that he is.
I have read lots of books this year and right now as the year draws to a close I found a perfect gem.
"I'm a very ordinary girl Moses. I know that I am. And I always will be. I can't paint. I don't know who Vermeer is, or Manet for that matter. But if you think ordinary can be beautiful, that gives me hope. And maybe sometime you'll think about me when you need an escape from the hurt in your head."
"If I were to paint you, I would use every colour......You would have Crimson lips and peach skin and ebony eyes with purple shadows. You would have hair streaked with gold and white and blue and skin tinted caramel and cream, swirled with pink and shaded with cinnamon."
"But there are laws. There are rules. Laws of nature and laws of life. Laws of love and laws of death. And when you break them, there are consequences.Read more ›
This book was recommended by a friend and while the synopsis sounded really good I wasn't sure it was for me, I'm one of those people who need a HEA and I wasn't sure I would get one with this book, so I checked the reviews and I found I a really good review on Goodreads which assured me I would be just fine, and it was right I was.
The synopsis for this book is excellent so there's absolutely no point me adding to it, it's everything a good book should be and I can't praise it enough, I laughed and cried and cried, it's the kind of book that just stays with you.
The writing is brilliant, it's the first book I've read by this author and it won't be the last, my advice to you is give it a try, download the sample and see for yourself.
I've read a few of Amy Harmon's books, and whilst I haven't loved them, I've still enjoyed them. The Law of Moses, however, was brilliant. I really loved every minute of it.
“This is a story of love with no end… though it took me a while to get there.”
I'm not normally a fan of paranormal or 'ghosty' books, I didn't even know this book fell in to that category when I started, but this one wasn't over the top or too absurd, so don't let that put you off. It's really not mentioned in the blurb at all, but I do think it's important to go in to a book knowing that, so I don't feel like this is a spoiler. Sorry if you think otherwise.
Moses, one of the main characters, is a special kind of person. He's had a rough life in start, but that isn't what makes him any different or more special than anybody else, no, what makes him special is his unique ability. He can see the dead. Literally. Dead people come to him and show him things they need him to communicate with the rest of the world in some way or another. Only it takes him a while to realise what exactly it is they are trying to tell him. He can't find the key that links them all, until he does.. And it all makes sense in a way I couldn't have imagined.
Georgia, the other main character, wasn't really special in any way to me. I could take or leave reading about her. Of course she was vital to the story, and the part she played in Moses' life was vital, but I just didn't find her that interesting. Their relationship, however, I was interested in. Everybody that Moses has ever got close to has always left him in some way, so when Georgia started to get too close, he was immediately wary. He didn't want to lose her, so put her at a distance.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the second book I have read by Amy Harmon. Just so brilliant. The way she deals with such difficult subjects and draws you into the book so you are there watching it all... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mrs B A Jenkinson
This book stays with me. I couldn't put it down. Though provoking. Engaging characters. Really good and different from the normal chick lit or girl with issues book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TMarr
Brilliantly written, full of the unusual, I wondered if it was going to wonder off into the unbelievable but instead it became very believable and I enjoyed the readPublished 4 months ago by blackspaniel
A boy with an unusual gift that nobody understands causes him to be misunderstood and feared by many. But, his talent and gift are finally recognised and rich love is the reward. Read morePublished 5 months ago by AnneJo
I read and reviewed my personal copy of this book for Wicked Reads, so he is my review.
Georgia Shepard lives in Levan Utah, where her parents use their horses for... Read more
After reading Sand and Ash, which I had really enjoyed, I wanted to know more about the author and other books she had written. Amazon reviews claimed this book was outstanding. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lindsay McL
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