☉ No Greater Love (Extreme Devotion #1) PDF / Epub ❤ Author Kathi Macias – Diclofenac16.us

No Greater Love (Extreme Devotion #1) Forbidden Romance, An Unlikely Martyr, And An Even Unlikely Hero Orphaned Four Years Earlier When Their Parents, Active In The African National Congress ANC Movement Against Apartheid, Were Murdered 16 Year Old Chioma And Her 15 Year Old Brother Masozi Now Live And Work On An Afrikaner Family S Farm When Chioma And Andrew, The Farm Owner S Son, Find Themselves Attracted To One Another, Tragedy Revisits Their Lives Chioma Escapes To Join An ANC Rebel Band In Her Effort To Survive And Gain Revenge For Her Family And Culture When Cultures Clash In Life Or Death Struggles, Chioma Must Choose Between Violence And Revenge Or Forgiveness And Selfless Love Loosely Based On Historical Events And Set Near Pretoria, South Africa, In The Violent Upheaval Prior To ANC Leader Nelson Mandela S Release From Prison In 1990 And His Ascendance To The Presidency Of South Africa, This Story Of Forbidden Romance Produces An Unlikely Martyr Who Is Replaced By One Even Unlikely.

☉ No Greater Love (Extreme Devotion #1)  PDF / Epub ❤ Author Kathi Macias – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • No Greater Love (Extreme Devotion #1)
  • Kathi Macias
  • English
  • 12 February 2018
  • 1596692774

    10 thoughts on “☉ No Greater Love (Extreme Devotion #1) PDF / Epub ❤ Author Kathi Macias – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    No Greater Love is an amazing tale about the troubled heart of a young South African woman who learns the meaning of sacrificial love from people she least expected This story is similar to Scared by Tom Davis, which I adored, except that No Great Love deals with Apartheid and true Christian faith as opposed to the AIDS epidemic This story begins in a powerful way and I was enthralled with the storyline Then I read in disbelief as the world around this young woman crumbled I wasn t sure how No Greater Love is an amazing tale about the troubled heart of a young South African woman who learns the meaning of sacrificial love from people she least expected This story is similar to Scared by Tom Davis, which I adored, except that No Great Love deals with Apartheid and true Christian faith as opposed to the AIDS epidemic This story begins in a powerful way and I was enthralled with ...


  2. says:

    Exquisite is the word that comes to mind when I think of No Greater Love No Greater Love is a historical fiction Racial or gender or any other discrimination is a sin that we humans have committed in our history and are still doing today In the history of South Africa, racial discrimination was given the word apartheid , which means separation, and very few were left unscathed No Greater Love is a story of separation and of separation Kathi Macias tackled a part of South African p...


  3. says:

    Although Kathi Macias has authoredthan 20 books, this is the first one I have read, and I promise you, it certainly won t be the last If I had to sum up No Greater Love in one word, it would be incredible Kathi has taken the hardship and pain of those involved in the apartheid era of South Africa and brought it alive throughout the pages of this novel.This story grabbed me and held me captive until the end It was edgy and raw and the characters were so realistic that I had to remind Although Kathi Macias has authoredthan 20 books, this is the first one I have read, and I promise you, it certainly won t be the last If I had to sum up N...


  4. says:

    This is the first book of Kathi Macias that I have read I thought it was an excellent book It is a story about apartheid and how the love of Christ can overcome that type of hatred No Greater Love does an excellent job of explaining the Gospel I pray that many will be saved who read the book


  5. says:

    Thanks to CFBA and New Hope Publishers for providing a copy for review.


  6. says:

    Enjoyed the diversity but quite average as a story.


  7. says:

    OK, I had to wait on my fiction list, because I had a feeling this one would be on it This is a powerful, impacting story about apartheid butthan that about amazing men and women of God.


  8. says:

    I adored this book It was engaging, suspenseful, and heartbreaking Can t wait to read Kathi Macias s other fiction works.


  9. says:

    1989 was not a good year to fall in love at least not in South Africa, and certainly not with a white man.with that opening line, we are thrust into the life of Chioma, a young orphaned black woman who has a fierce hatred for everything about white people and yet, she finds herself drawn to Andrew, a white man and the son of her employers when Chioma s brother Masozi is carelessly murdered by one of Andrew s friends, the cultural imbalance and danger of apartheid is made vividly clear and t 1989 was not a good year to fall in love at least not in South Africa, and certainly not with a white man.with that opening line, we are thrust into the life of Chioma, a young orphaned black woman who has a fierce hatred for everything about white people and yet, she finds herself drawn to Andrew, a white man and the son of her employers when Chioma s brother Masozi is carelessly murdered by one of Andrew s friends, the cultural imbalance and danger of apartheid is made vividly clear and the choices that they both make set a series of unexpected events into motion that will change the simplicity of life as they know it.He was an Afrikaner, and he knew his place He was white Chioma was coloured Nothing else needed to be said.the narration hopped between the various characters and offered vastly different perspectives of the sa...


  10. says:

    I m so thankful to have received a review copy of this most electrifying, moving historical novel by Kathi Macias I was hooked from the very first line 1989 was not a good year to fall in love at least not in South Africa, and certainly not with a white man This author had my attention and kept it until the very end I m not a history buff and appreciated the fact that Kathi Macias showed the affect of the Apartheid from both a white and black perspective I was clueless about the political I m so thankful to have received a review copy of this most electrifying, moving historical novel by Kathi Macias I was hooked from the very first line 1989 was not a good year to fall in love at least not in South Africa, and certainly not with a white man This author had my attention and kept it until the very end I m not a history buff and appreciated the fact that Kathi Macias showed the affect of the Apartheid from both a white and black perspective I was clueless about the political system that governed South Africa from 1948 1994 The author says Apartheid was a tragedy of humanity, a mockery of divinity, a fallacy of purity in black and white It was a subjugation of the majority at the hands of the minority This author does an amazing job of developing multifaceted characters and situations that are so believable I cared, and stayed up late reading...

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