Book Title: Revelation at Cliff House
Book Author: Cynthia Lombard
Synopsis: “Little Daphne basked in the love of her family as though it were the perfect dream, but the dream soon became a wretched nightmare. Torn from all she knew and loved, Daphne found herself in the unspeakable predilections of a nameless man. Caught in a death-grip somewhere between heaven and hell, Daphne tried to end it all, but fell instead into the caring hands of a handsome, young doctor who understood her, perhaps a little too well, for his own young life was met with equal, sinister destruction. Because of his sound counsel Daphne’s life thrived, while his fell apart. But a supernatural revelation would soon fall upon him, through the very hands of the young woman he embraced so many years ago. Set amid the fog and jagged cliffs of San Francisco, Revelation At Cliff House is an anointed novel of shocking twists and unexplained events that will stir the reader at every turn of the page. Is it fiction or a true-life story? You be the judge”
With less than 200 pages in this book, it can be read in one sitting. It was fast paced, easy to read and very emotional.
Daphne Lancy went through a lot of trauma within a short amount of time at a very young age and because of her faith in God, she eventually was able to overcome the obstacles that befell her. This book touched on how people come into your life and can make a difference in it. We always hope the changes leans towards the good part, but it can also be bad to teach us a lesson.
I found that while I was interested in the book, the story line jumps in and out of POV’s. The book started in third person and within the next few chapters, there were first person’s thoughts revealed as well as jumps within the story. It affected the flow of the book. I also thought the last third of the book was rushed and not as developed as the first two-third.
I would recommend this book as a short read.
**I received this book in exchange for an honest review**