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The Song of David (The Law of Moses Book 2) by [Harmon, Amy]
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About the Author

Amy Harmon is a Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and New York Times Bestselling author. Amy knew at an early age that writing was something she wanted to do, and she divided her time between writing songs and stories as she grew. Having grown up in the middle of wheat fields without a television, with only her books and her siblings to entertain her, she developed a strong sense of what made a good story. Her books are now being published in several countries, truly a dream come true for a little country girl from Levan, Utah. Amy Harmon has written eight novels - the USA Today Bestsellers, Making Faces and Running Barefoot, as well as Slow Dance in Purgatory, Prom Night in Purgatory, Infinity + One, The Law of Moses, and the New York Times Bestseller, A Different Blue. Her newest release, The Song of David, is now available.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1069 KB
  • Print Length: 260 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #49,137 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Two and a half hours since I finished The Song of David. My face still hurts. I'm a mess. I couldn't eat my lunch because I was crying so much. In the 2 days I read it Kleenex got their money's worth out of me.

Amy Harmon writes with her heart - she must do. Every book I've read makes me fall more under her spell. She makes you fall for her characters because even with their issues - they are so real. From my hero Bailey Sheen to the gifted Moses to Henry who wants to marry Tag.

The writing is poetic and so, so, so moving. Even now my tears are still falling and it's not because of the ending - I'm not telling, it's because I am in awe at the amazing talent and the beauty of the words I have just read.

Characters - Amelie, her name means work. She humbles me. Moses, God I love him and I love his gift. Henry, with his wild red curls, his encyclopaedic knowledge and memory of sports, Amy wrote him brilliantly. Tag. Tag Taggert. David (sorry crying again) he has a huge heart. I wanted him to slay the giant and claim his princess.

The song, Song Of David by Paul Travis in my head the whole read, as well as The Blower's Daughter - one of my favourites.

I don't know how anyone could justify less than a bajillion stars for this book. I loved it - despite the tears.

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"We'd run away together as lost boys looking for Neverland and somehow managed to come full circle as men."

"The road to true happiness is to forge your own, even if your road isn't straight. Even if there are bridges to build and mountains to tunnel through. Nothing feels as good as paving your own way."

"If the world is too flat, people like me will slide right off.
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The Song of David by Amy Harmon
5 stars!!

“He was clearly telling a love story. And my experience with love led me to believe this story would not end well. Love stories tend to be tragic.”

It is no secret that I am a huge Amy Harmon fan but every time I open one of her books I never know what to expect, I never know what journey I’m going to be taken on, I just go with the flow and expect the unexpected. Her stories are always unique, always heart felt and always extremely well written, she is one of the masters of story-telling and this book is no different.

“…I’m all or nothing, all the time.”

I will say, I highly recommend you read The Law of Moses before reading this book. Moses is quite an integral character in this book and I feel you would benefit knowing the complete history between Moses and Tag as you read this story. Told in dual POV by Tag and Moses, the way in which Amy Harmon has delivered this story is pure genius. For a romance you would never have thought, but this works and it works amazingly well.

“Since the moment I saw you. It devastated me. And I love when a girl devastates me.”
“I’ve never devastated anyone before…”

Tag was introduced in The Law of Moses and this is his story. Once again, Amy Harmon delivers a character that you cannot help but fall in love with. Tag is a big man with a huge heart. While he is tough and angry on the outside, he is a pile of mush on the inside but only a few ever get to see that side of him. Tag is an MMA fighter, he uses this as an outlet for his anger and this man holds a lot of anger.
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“When you’re with me. I feel like I glimpse a David nobody else knows is there. It’s the Song of David, and nobody else can hear it but me.”

I get excited when it’s time for a new Amy Harmon book because I know I’m going to experience an amazing story filled with unique characters as well as a plot that will break my heart but mend it at the same time.

The Song of David was no different and for that I’m truly thankful. Amy can write anything and I’ll read it. I finished the book days ago, yet every teaser or quote I see has my eyes watering. Amy’s talent is creating characters that I care for deeply, so much so, I feel protective of them and if they hurt I hurt. That’s storytelling at its finest for me.

We met David ‘Tag’ Taggert in book one, The Law of Moses, and in order to get the optimum experience you need to read this series in order. I was surprised to find Moses featured so heavily in David’s book, it worked exceptionally well but I think in order to appreciate why, you need to uncover Moses and Tag’s friendship in book one first.

Tag is unsettled in life. Scarred by the loss of his sister, he deems himself unworthy of love. He ‘d be the first to put his neck on the line for the people that mean the most to him yet he still feels he doesn’t deserve this in return. It isn’t until he meets Amelie and her younger brother Henry that cause him see the world and his self through a different set of eyes.

“Everyone is loyal is loyal to him, but it’s only because he was loyal first, because he stuck his neck out for them. Not because they asked, but because they needed help. It kind of became Tag’s purpose. I saw him change, saw him decide to live, to fight, to embrace life. I watched him find himself.
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