The Morning Star Rises

In the midst of all the fear and confusion, only one thing is clear …
This isn’t over yet.

Meryn O’Reilly faces a dark and uncertain future after shocking revelations devastate her life. She is determined to follow God’s call, but her plans could cost her everything. She and Jesse struggle to surrender everything to a God who is always in control, even when circumstances suggest otherwise. More

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About Sara Davison

Sara Davison, author of the romantic suspense novel, The Watcher, and the speculative romantic suspense trilogy, Seven, has been a finalist for three national writing awards, including Best New Canadian Christian author. Sara has a degree in English Literature from Queen’s University and is a member of The Word Guild. She currently resides in central Ontario, Canada, with her husband, Michael, and their three children, all of whom she (literally) looks up to. Her favourite way to spend her time is drinking coffee and making stuff up.

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Mary Hosmar reviewed on on Oct. 26, 2016
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The final book in Sara Davison’s The Seven Trilogy picks up the story of the persecution of Christians in a Canada controlled by the military and under martial law. Jesse Christensen and Meryn O’Reilly are barely on speaking terms but have to work together for the good of the Christian community. Are they doomed to be at odds forever?
The story takes its premise from the book of Revelation which describes the persecution of Christian to come. Despite the gloom of the subject matter, the story is full of hope. Christian faith come through loud and clear, not minimizing the threat but acknowledging our hope.
The writing is clear and the story full of twists and turns.
One thing I did find somewhat disconcerting is the speed with which things happened, especially the various romances. That seemed somewhat unbelievable, but then, when your life and faith are threatened, perhaps these types of relationships do move all the more quickly.
Although this 3rd volume in the trilogy could stand on its own, the story makes much more sense if the first two books have been read as this one refers back to incidents which happened in them. The progression of events throughout the first two volumes adds credibility to the third. Without the background knowledge afforded, the reader would have a difficult time filling in all the gaps.
I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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