The Man Who Found God

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Tim Collingwood hasn't got many friends, no girlfriend and not much motivation in life. His mother is sick of him moping around.It's been two years since his father died and Tim still hasn't come to term with the loss. More

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Words: 5,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310102028
About Martin Marriott

Martin Neil Alan Marriott (1981-) was born in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire and raised in Tibshelf, Derbyshire. He stayed in Tibshelf until he was twenty years old before he made a new life for himself in The Lake District in Northern England. There he met Louise and they have been married for twelve years. They have two sons Ben and Jonny.
Martin has always wrote but never finished a story until the beginning of 2013!!!
He currently works as a depot manager of a plant hire company but one day he hopes to be a full time writer.

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Review by: I M Vayne on Feb. 11, 2014 :
Based on the authors synopsis I almost passed up this intriguing little story as it was listed in the humor and comedy section but it certainly didn't sound like it was of that ilk. After reading it I discovered it was also in the Christian short story category where it rightfully belonged.

The main character, Timothy, is one of those people who have no faith, meaning no faith in anything, themselves included. In a story that is told from Timothy's point of view we find that an unconventional young woman enters his life, followed by an out of this world encounter that challenges Timothy's little world. This is a story that calls for a large dose of willing suspension of belief and in the end seems to wrap up all to nicely, but such is the nature of the Christian genre.

That in no way detracts from the enjoyment one gets from reading this delightful tale and I hope the author continues to hone his craft and work towards his dream of becoming a full time writer. A solid 4 stars.
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