Josef wrenched himself free from Schneider’s grasp and stepped away. Not frightened, but angry, he looked again toward the tower hatch. Still no Hans. Schneider laughed as Josef looked back at him in bewilderment. “Your friend is not here to help you, Landermann.” Josef was truly puzzled. Help me what? he thought. What is this lunatic up to? Then he found out.
I’ve just finished reading “The Heart Mender” by Andy Andrews, and I couldn’t wait to tell you all about this book! This is the second book that I have read by Mr. Andrews, and I must say that he has definitely converted me into a bonafide fan!
Set in the early days of WWII, in a small coastal town in Alabama, “The Heart Mender” tells an amazing true story of war, loss, forgiveness & redemption. It is a fast paced story, filled with action and suspense. Throughout it all, Andy manages to interweave solid biblical truths in a way that only he can.
This is a book you will definitely want to read, and thanks to the generosity of Thomas Nelson, I have an extra copy of “The Heart Mender”. So, next Wednesday, I am giving it away.
To qualify for the drawing, here’s all you have to do:
[Please note: This give-away is now over. I have already selected the winner and distributed the copy of this book. Everything below this note is left here for historical purposes, so that the comments make sense. However, I have also removed the links.]
- Leave a comment here explaining why you would like a copy of this book.
- Tweet about this give-away by clicking here. -> Tweet This!
That’s it! Simple right? By the way, if you don’t have a twitter account you can get one here. If “twitter ain’t your thang”, you can still enter the give-away by leaving a comment here and then posting a link on Facebook by clicking here. -> Facebook If you choose the Facebook option, make sure you and I are friends, so I can see your post. You can send me a friend request here.
On Wednesday, May 26th at noon EST, I’ll randomly pick one entry as the winner, and post the results here on my blog.
Oh, and you can check out the book website here: The Heart Mender