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by Timothy Fish

eBook For the Love of a Devil download ISBN: 1439214255
Author: Timothy Fish
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (October 8, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 336
ePub: 1160 kb
Fb2: 1898 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

His love for her is, in fact, completely irrational. It will be interesting to see how Timothy Fish cultivates himself as a novelists in regards to his character development, dialog, and storytelling

His love for her is, in fact, completely irrational. A novel with a more intricate storyline could have maybe kept the reader distracted and wondering if there was more, but Fish stays with the basic plot of Hosea. It will be interesting to see how Timothy Fish cultivates himself as a novelists in regards to his character development, dialog, and storytelling. The ending, well, you'll just need to find out what happens for yourself. Keep up the good work, Timothy.

Timothy Fish is a multi-genre author. He has written both fiction and non-fiction titles. His fiction titles are characterized by his unusual way of looking at the world in general. He is distinctive from other christian fiction authors in his apparent disdain for religion. He lives in Texas and is a native of Zalma, Missouri.

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Novels exploring unusual family relationships. Books about Computer Science and Christianity. Martin kicked his wife out of the house and now he wants her back. For the love of a devil. Computer Science and Christianity. Based on the plot of the Book of Hosea, this modern day retelling explores a man's love for his wife even when she doesn't love him. How to become a bible character.

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and, like any powerful tool, it must be handled with care. The bar was a small local job, a bit shabby but clean enough, tucked away in an out-of-the-way corner of an equally worn working- class neighborhood. He sat down at the piano, and for a moment his fingers caressed the keys in silence as if he was waiting for the muse to join him on the bench. Then, very softly, he began to play. It was nothing special at first, just the typical background filler that a thousand other third-rate barroom pianists were pounding out this evening all across the United States.

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Anger? Sorrow? Relief? Geoff Mywell isn’t sure what to feel when his wife leaves him and their three children for a man who can shower her with gifts that a teacher’s salary can never buy. She quickly discovers that her lover is not all she hoped, but Geoff is left on the outside looking in as she moves from one man to the next. All Geoff knows is that he will always fight to protect her, even as her life becomes a death spiral of adultery and prostitution. But, Geoff’s resolve is tested when she takes everything he owns and disappears into the darkness.
Comments: (2)
Ranicengi
For the Love of a Devil is the first novel I've read by Timothy Fish. I was intrigued by the idea of putting a modern-day story to the book of Hosea in the Bible, although that's been done before. If you don't know this story and what to expect, you may find yourself frustrated with it. It's not what we're used to in today's fickle world.

It starts off with a captivating scenario of a mysterious woman and a set of obviously scandalous circumstances. From there we quickly find out two people are having an affair, people married to others. Because there's money, we have ourselves a spectacle from Dallas complete with JR Ewing and his string pulling, private investigators, manipulation, and betrayal.

But the gist of the story is the committed love the main character, Geoff, has for his wife, a woman who seemingly has not a shred of care for him or her children. His love for her is, in fact, completely irrational. A novel with a more intricate storyline could have maybe kept the reader distracted and wondering if there was more, but Fish stays with the basic plot of Hosea. Several times you want to grab Geoff and shake some sense into him. Perhaps the element that is missing is that in Scripture, Hosea is commanded by God to do what he did, whereas in this story, we're left wondering what is keeping him emotionally tied to this woman.

All in all, it is an original work and gets into some clever story plots. Each little subplot doesn't last long though, and the reader is moved quickly along to the next set of circumstances. It has some touching moments as we deep dive into the personality of a man who will pay any price, take any risk, and go to any lengths to keep the commitment he made to a woman who is the very epitome of immorality. It will be interesting to see how Timothy Fish cultivates himself as a novelists in regards to his character development, dialog, and storytelling. The ending, well, you'll just need to find out what happens for yourself.

Keep up the good work, Timothy.

Kelly Libatique, author of Divine Knowledge Transfer and A Toast to the Holy Ghost?
Todal
Some of the read felt awkward with overly descriptive situations and loose ends. (Apartment?) Also, some typos throw off sentences here and there. That said, the plot is a modern day retelling of Hosea's story from the bible. The main characters are well developed, and Geoff (Hosea) evolves through the story, too. Note: You don't have to be religious or a bible reader to enjoy this book. Once you start reading, you won't want to stop.