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Audrey Grant

Monday, June 18, 2012

The Next Target ~ 5 Stars!!

The Next Target: A NovelThe Next Target: A Novel by Nikki Arana
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is an amazing, eye opening book about strong, simple faith in God! Being a missionary where you are. No matter how dangerous, scary or lonely it may get... God is ALWAYS there! And perfect love casts out fear!
I loved this book! It is on my "to own" list so I can have it as a new "old" friend to visit time and time again.
I highly recommend it.


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1 comment:

  1. A riveting mystery thriller? Yes, but not like you might expect. The Next Target delivers a behind-the-scenes view of a radical Muslim plot to turn America into an Islamic nation. Muslims who dare to explore or accept Christian truths face threats and even death. Set in California, this story feels too true and will open your eyes to what could actually be occurring right now.

    A young female student in Austia's English language class is the victim of an honor killing because she turned to Christ. Zaki, a new Muslim employee at the Career Center, prompts suspicion. Is he trying to learn more about Austia's true purpose behind teaching Muslim women to speak English? Austia's husband had been killed trying to share Christ in his Kuwait homeland. Will his widow also become a casualty in this spiritual battle?

    Nikki Arana's powerful tale works its way into your heart. I believe this is a life-changing book that will make readers think about the potential of current issues and how they could make a difference. It has made me more aware of how Muslims think and motivates me to pray for their eyes to be opened to God's truth.

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