on Dec. 5, 2017 :
Jasper and the shelter of Angels: Book 1
On a five-star rating, five being highly satisfied one unsatisfied
Book length: 3_______________________
Overall satisfaction: 5_________________
(five being highly interested, one being not interested)
1. Did Jasper and the shelter of Angels: Book 1, keep you interested? (4)
Yes, the story was quite fascinating and very imaginative.
(five being that you would recommend, one being no recommendation)
2. Would you recommend, Jasper and the shelter of Angels: Book 1 to a family member, friend or acquaintance? (5)
I’d highly recommend this read to anyone I know, for certain when I have children they’ll have copies of this book.
(five being Yes place it in my favorites, one being no do not add it among favorites)
3. Would you place, Jasper and the shelter of Angels: Book 1 in your personal favorites of literature? ex: (personal library collection) (4)
I certainly would place this exceptional book in my personal library.
This portion below is for personal mentions and constructive comments.
“Jasper and the shelter of Angels: Book 1 is a must read for all Christian followers of any age group. I certainly want to see this book series become a major box office film sensation.”
“The delightful messages filled with drama, action, and heroism shall strike a chord to all those lucky and blessed people that picked up this wonderful book written by Robert A. Hunt.”
OAB representative and Author
Marcus G. Monroe
(review of free book)
on Jan. 22, 2016 :
“War Between Good And Evil.”
Jasper works for Princeton Construction Corp. in Princeton, near the Cascade Mountains. One day he is helping his buddy pull the bell on top of the new church when the bell slips off, and thinking of his buddy’s safety first, Jasper attaches his safety line to him, and is himself pulled off the roof with the bell. He falls hard, hitting his head against the concrete, and is taken to the hospital. He’s considered blind, and may have brain damage also. But strangely he can see – especially the demons and angels. God sends seven of His angels to help Jasper: West, Starr, Wilson, Joel, Elana, Taila, and Roger. The Devil sends The Insufferable Six: Morbidant, Dialucious, Krustatious, Wengroangrinch, Vyxcious, and Gewgaw to interfere with them. It’s a constant battle between good and evil, and Jasper appears to be the prize.
This made a good Sunday School lesson, and we are treated to Bible study, as well as seeing the every day struggle people face with good and evil decisions we make. The story is told with some humor, as the doctors and nurses think Jasper is crazy. After all, not only does he see angels, he sees them at war with demons in the hospital. But then we also see Jesus bring about Satan’s end, and the Kingdom of Heaven in all its Glory. What a wonderful story. Highly recommended especially for Christians, and suggested reading for everyone.
(review of free book)