• Title: Into the Fire
  • Author: Jeffrey S. Savage David L. Walker
  • ISBN: 9781591560425
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • Into the Fire Joe Stewart is a success by nearly every definition of the word Everyone agrees that Joe Stewart is a pillar of the community But the pillar is about to crumble In a dramatic series of events Joe los
    Joe Stewart is a success by nearly every definition of the word Everyone agrees that Joe Stewart is a pillar of the community But the pillar is about to crumble.In a dramatic series of events, Joe loses virtually everything his job, his wealth, his home, his reputation, and his health Even his family teeters on the brink of falling apart.Joe finds himself miles from ciJoe Stewart is a success by nearly every definition of the word Everyone agrees that Joe Stewart is a pillar of the community But the pillar is about to crumble.In a dramatic series of events, Joe loses virtually everything his job, his wealth, his home, his reputation, and his health Even his family teeters on the brink of falling apart.Joe finds himself miles from civilization, his health deteriorating rapidly, and his family menaced by the dark entity that haunts his dreams Joe must somehow find a way to unite his family and use their strength to save them all before it is too late.

    One Reply to “Into the Fire”

    1. KNOW YOUR ENEMY AND PROTECT THAT WHICH YOU DEEM MOST VALUABLE! what do you deem most valuable?I have been meaning to read this book since May. I finally got to it this week. The timing was quite interesting as it leaves me with intense mixed emotions. This is a moving fictional story about a man who is left to be tested by Satan himself. This is a modern day story of Job. We are having some major struggles in our household right now and this book left me mixed on feeling like I am being similarl [...]

    2. I read this book a very long time agoBut to this day I still remember it as one of the best books I have ever read!Don't miss out on this book!

    3. I really wondered about this one. I like other things Savage has written and wanted to see how his writing style differs with a different category. I liked this book, it made me cry and evaluate the things I value most.

    4. I really became engrossed in this book. The characters are very interesting and real. I found myself absolutely entranced and I wept at the end. I now want to read more of Jeff's books. I recommend this book to anyone!

    5. This is a modern day look at the story of Job. The story of Job is inspiring but really sad. It was obvious from the beginning that this story wasn't really going to have a happy ending. And no real explanations were given for WHY the terrible things happened to this poor guy.

    6. Joe is a modern-day Job. The circumstances he faced were heartbreaking, but the message of faith and the Savior's love was powerful. I'd like to have a "hidden" cabin to escape to.

    7. a modern day portrayal like the story of Job in the Bible. a great reminder of what we have when we have lost "everything."and what still remains. great story.

    8. I have read this book at least twice, and it has a very good message. Families are very important.

    9. I did not love this book. I thought it was very slow and kinda cheesy. Call me dumb, but I didn't feel it all come together either. At least I finished it which means it is at least bearable.

    10. An interesting modern day retelling of the story of Job. really makes you step back and evaluate what is important in our lives.

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