Colors of Deception

Colors of Deception Why tonight Peter Why not yesterday What about tomorrow Next week Am I not allowed to have a cup of coffee again Ever He rolled his eyes at me If coffee is such a priority for you Holly go to Starb

  • Title: Colors of Deception
  • Author: Courtney Cantrell
  • ISBN: 9781936559008
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why tonight, Peter Why not yesterday What about tomorrow Next week Am I not allowed to have a cup of coffee again Ever He rolled his eyes at me If coffee is such a priority for you, Holly, go to Starbucks Just stay away from the Magic Bean tonight, okay No, Peter Not okay You re acting really weird Since when do you give me orders What is wrong with you Bl Why tonight, Peter Why not yesterday What about tomorrow Next week Am I not allowed to have a cup of coffee again Ever He rolled his eyes at me If coffee is such a priority for you, Holly, go to Starbucks Just stay away from the Magic Bean tonight, okay No, Peter Not okay You re acting really weird Since when do you give me orders What is wrong with you Blood in the shower Worms in the food And friends who keep too many secrets.This is not how Holly Idaho imagined life at a Christian university.Just two weeks into her sopho year and her life is already unraveling Her closest girlfriends, Anne and Celia, are hiding something Peter, her only guy friend on campus, won t tell her why he s acting weirder than usual Owin, who has been like a brother to her, issues cold demands about her faith.Holly tries to be patient, but all this rejection leaves her feeling isolated A few anonymous pranks only make the loneliness worse But then an unseen intruder terrorizes her at her parents house, and Holly realizes There is going on here than strained friendships and practical jokes There is something to fear Then Peter stuns her with the truth a demon is stalking her, feeding her doubts and fears in a final play for her soul It s Peter s God given task to protect her but he s running out of options.Holly s faith refuses to sustain her Her friends succumb to forces beyond her understanding, and Evil feels a lot less evil As the demon closes in, Holly faces a horrible choice between a heaven she fears and a hell she never imagined possible.

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    1. Colors of Deception is a Christian fantasy/paranormal story set at Oklahoma Christian Univeristy. Although it bears a few resemblances to the school I attended, it also has quite a few differences--the biggest being that there is soemthing paranormal and creepy going on. The main character is Holly Idaho. She's beginning to doubt her faith in God, and recent events haven't been helping matters any. Her girl friends are keeping secrets from her, her best friend is acting weird, and her childhood [...]

    2. So what we have here is a unique blend of Christian fiction with bits of YA paranormal romance.I know! It sounds terrible!Well, okay, maybe that doesn't sound terrible to YOU. Maybe you're someone who often enjoys one or both of those genres. I am not. I generally find both cheesy, trite, overly dramatic, and full of irritating protagonists. Thankfully, though, it was not terrible. It was really rather addictive and intriguing. It kept me up past my bedtime on more than one occasion.This story c [...]

    3. Courtney Cantrell has a way with words. Every good writer does, but among good writers Cantrell stands out as one who really has a way with words. This story of a college girl whose soul is sought after by a demon of Saltmarch has wit that will make you laugh and elegance to frame the plot beautifully. Cantrell, in her first release, shows the strong and unique writing voice of a master. The characters are distinct and believable. Colors of Deception is not burdened by unnecessary charcters, and [...]

    4. Courtney Cantrell has a way with words. Every good writer does, but among good writers Cantrell stands out as one who really has a way with words. This story of a college girl whose soul is sought after by a demon of Saltmarch has wit that will make you laugh and elegance to frame the plot beautifully. Cantrell, in her first release, shows the strong and unique writing voice of a master. The characters are distinct and believable. Colors of Deception is not burdened by unnecessary charcters, and [...]

    5. I liked this book. I really liked it, which is more than I can say for 90% of the Christian fiction I've read. The author touches on spirituality and questions of faith without the eye-roll-moments that run rampant in most Christian fiction. But I've never really read anything like this before Christian fantasy? I'm not sure what to call it. I found myself getting lost in the story a few times, which was great. I really related to the characters in the book.The story is based at a Christian univ [...]

    6. Colors of Deception is a creepy, suspenseful Christian fantasy novel. It takes place in a very real world, with remarkably real characters, and the supernatural seeps in around the edges until our heroine is wrestling with demons and experiencing miracles firsthand (or something like it, anyway).I'm not a huge fan of the genre, and I would've loved a heroine quicker to accept the fantasy elements popping up around her and rush to engage them. Holly is much more realistic than that, though, and t [...]

    7. Colors of Deception is a creepy, suspenseful Christian fantasy novel. It takes place in a very real world, with remarkably real characters, and the supernatural seeps in around the edges until our heroine is wrestling with demons and experiencing miracles firsthand (or something like it, anyway).I'm not a huge fan of the genre, and I would've loved a heroine quicker to accept the fantasy elements popping up around her and rush to engage them. Holly is much more realistic than that, though, and t [...]

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