Review by Opemi_ -- No Dark Clouds by R W Nelson

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Review by Opemi_ -- No Dark Clouds by R W Nelson

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[Following is a volunteer review of "No Dark Clouds" by R W Nelson.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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The book NO DARK CLOUDS is a scriptural book written by R.W Nelson. It tells a story of the survival of the fittest. Beggar boy and his friends grew up seeing themselves as different. They had to go through extreme hardship just to put feed, and have a roof over their heads against all odds. Will the odds ever be in their favour? Will they ever survive? Will their souls, scars and bodies be healed by the healer man? Will their sufferings ever end? Find out as you read this captivating story that will touch your heart in ways you have not yet imagined. Part of the multifold themes in this book include child abuse, poverty, survival, rebellion, conspiracy, revenge, christianity, religion, power, betrayal, love, trust, friendship, hardship, slavery and so on.

I enjoyed the picturesque of this book, and the details put into explaining every single emotion in this book. I could see, and feel everything the characters were going through just by reading the brilliant words the author used to describe every happening in the book. I love that this book extensively taught the scriptures, the life, death and resurrection of Christ. I liked that the author was able to tell each of the characters ordeals from different perspectives. I really liked how the author was able to tell the story of Jesus from another angle entirely. He was able to merge in other stories with the story of Jesus and make it fit perfectly. I liked the irony of life depicted in this book, how there was extreme wealth and extreme poverty , power and authority and utter helplessness, great strength and great weakness, the good, the bad and ugly, forgiveness and revenge. I liked every single element in this book, there was no element I disliked or liked least. This is an incredibly amazing book and it's exceptionally flawless.

I rate this book a 4 out of 4 stars because for me it is a perfect book. It contains graphic details of lifestyles you would not have easily imagined. And it cuts across many detailed subject matters.

There's a lot to learn from this book. And it was exceptionally edited, I didn't encounter any grammatical error while reading it.

This book appeals to any kind of reader who loves scriptural books. Adults, children, christians, especially children . This book, NO DARK CLOUDS by R.W. Nelson is certainly a book to read.

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Post by Renee_Prior1995 »

This was a pretty good review. I wish some of your paragraphs were longer but overall it was great.
"From what I have tasted of desire,
I hold those who favor fire.
but if I had to perish twice,
I think I know enough of hate.
To say that the destruction of ice is also great
and will suffice." - Robert Frost
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