Monday, February 21, 2011

REVIEW: Running Scared by Robert Leon Davis

Date:             2/21/11                
Title:             RUNNING SCARED               
Author:          ROBERT LEON DAVIS                  
ISBN 10:        978 1 85424 993 7
ISBN 13:              
Pages:            190               
Publisher:       MONARCH BOOKS                
Cover:            Paperback             
Reviewer:       Tamarra Bryant – Literary Wonders! (www.literarywonders)
Rating:             5     

RUNNING SCARED by Robert Leon Davis encompasses the human experience and the spiritual essence in a profound way.  The author tells a story of the complicated characteristics of being human and how the pitfalls that occur, through living life, can cause a straight path to veer off onto a dangerous and devastating one.     

Robert Leon Davis is able to capture his life with a raw interpretation that is clear, precise, and easy to understand. Some of his adventures seem to be farfetched at times, but his writing style enables one to picture the situation that he describes. He is able to keep the reader interested in what happens next and wonder what he will do.

RUNNING SCARED is a story of sinful acts and the consequences that the innocent are subjected to when sin is overwhelming.  The book details how opening one up to the path of sin can be ongoing if the sinner does not reach out to God for help. Robert Leon Davis uses his spiritual gift of witnessing on the evils of sin through his messages to different groups and gives simple advice on how to turn sin into triumph if one just has faith in God and keeps God in their life.  This novel is highly recommended reading and will keep you interested to the end. 

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