Saturday, July 6, 2019

Rescue 12 Responding

By: Faye Hamilton
Narrated by: Charles Fowler
Length: 8 hrs and 1 min
Unabridged Audiobook
Release date: 07-02-19
Language: English
Publisher: River Crossing International

This book starts out talking of a girl and follows her a little, then it starts to follow along the 2 paramedics, who meet this young girl and sparks their belief in God. These paramedics are a team called Rescue 12. It follows along as Rescue 12 go to many calls and the book discuses the issues of what is happening, what is going on in the area (for example someone who was mad, it talks of anger talking to this person making them go off). There is so much more to this story as you read/listen.

The narrator was great, he pronounced words properly, and put voices to the characters. His voice rose and fell in all the right areas.

Between the great book and the great narrator it was great to listen to, Especially as I had a migraine so the soothing voice and being able to sit in a dark-ish cool room and just listen was a nice experience.

I loved this book, it is really moving. All the mini scene stories along with the main story really go together. It shows the spiritual battle of good versus evil going on behind the scenes that you don't see.

I received a free copy of this audio-book free and am giving it an honest review of my thoughts.

Faye Hamilton has also said that she has more promo codes for audible and should you wish to have this awesome book your more than welcome to send her a message and if she has an extra you can have for an honest review.


Publisher's Summary

What if the voices we hear in our heads are actual eternal beings that grow in strength by the choices we make?

David and Jonathan are paramedics that deal with life and death and the consequences of human choice. On Rescue 12, they respond to the tragic drug overdose of a group of teenagers at a high school party. One girl survives to tell what she witnessed in her near-death experience. This encounter results in the spiritual awakening of David and forces Jonathan to confront his own Christian faith which he abandoned when he came out as gay to his father.

What happens when the ambulance arrives? What happens when a patient dies? Why do so many things seem outside our human control? Why does God allow for sin, death, and suffering? What’s the point of trying?

These questions are answered, the emergency rescue calls are shared, and the lives of the two paramedics are forever changed by the spiritual warfare that they encounter.

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