I’m a big fan of Dan Walsh, so when I saw the last book in The Restoration Series, The Legacy, came out, I was really excited to read this book by Dan Walsh and Gary Smalley. All of Dan Waslsh’s books are the type that you can’t put down, and this book was no different. When Doug Anderson goes to college, he begins to fall away from his family and the faith that had been a part of his life growing up. Doug’s friend Christina went through a similar situation in the past, and she is trying to help him leave behind the bad environment he got himself into.
I enjoyed reading about the Anderson family again, and Doug was a really interesting character to read about. Although I didn’t face the same type of temptation he did when he went to college, I think it was interesting to read about the struggles some people face when leaving their families so I can better understand and empathize with them. I’m sad to see this series end, and I would definitely recommend it to someone who is looking for a new book series to enjoy.
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