The Captive’s Crown: A story of inclusion, diversity and redemption by Olusola Sophia Anyanwu [REVIEW]

SYNOPSIS

A story of inclusion, diversity and redemption.

Dreadful circumstances have led Eliana and her associates into the path of prostitution. Despised as outcasts and shunned by society, they lack hope and hide their true identities. Eliana thought her past was behind her for good when she became a wife and a mother! By a twist of fate, she finds herself back in the pit of prostitution.

Will their lives change when they meet Jesus? Will they forgive those who were responsible for their pain? Can they accept their new personalities, forget their past and embrace love?

Find out!

REVIEW

The story was intriguing but hard to follow. I confess that I ended up abandoning the book before I completed it.


I received this book FREE from the author, publisher, distributor, or other source. My only obligation is to provide a fair and honest review.

One comment

  1. Wow, that was an honest review, Barb. Thanks.
    If you found this story intriguing but hard to follow, you should read “Redeeming Love” by Francine Rivers, if you haven’t already. It’s the story of Hosea, set in the California gold rush. (The movie is amazing, too.)

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