Review of The Arrow That Flies By Day

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[Following is a volunteer review of "The Arrow That Flies By Day" by John Servant.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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The book is titled The Arrow That Flies by Day written by John Servant. Follow the journey of a young man named John Thaddeus, an orphan who just come back from his duties as a Marine veteran in Afghanistan, pursuing his dream of becoming a professional American football player. Read this book to know whether John can overcome the obstacles of life that keep coming striving to hinder his path to success. Follow on how John tries to achieve all this with the support of Sister Francis and his faith in God. This book will highlight the importance of faith in God, the alienation of religion brought by secularism, the fate of veterans in the society, the discrimination of not having a certificate of higher education, and so on.

This story will give you positive vibes that will inspire and motivate you. It will show you the importance of faith in achieving anything in this life. It will show you the kindness of humanities, and how good can beget good. The book focuses on high virtue, and how virtuous people will get the blessing of God. This book has good story development and character designs while the writing quality is impeachable.

While there are many good things about this book, nothing is perfect. Firstly, the watermarks make it a bit annoying for me to read the book. The book is too short for my taste. The author did not have much world-building as the setting is the same as the real world.

I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars . The reason for this rating is that the book got a good story development, good character design, and good writing quality. The lack of world-building also did not lower the immersion of the reader as the reader will automatically presume the setting as the modern world. This book is exceptionally well-edited. I do not find any spelling or grammar errors.

I recommend this book to everyone. I find this book suitable for everyone in general. This book did not use any profane language or show any sexual content. However, this book is rich in religious content that makes it highly suitable for Christianity believers, faithful or not. However, this book might not be that suitable for an atheist, who hates religion and that any mention of religious practice will make them mad, except for tolerance atheists, who can tolerate other’s faith. Other than that, I also recommend that American football fans read this book as you will enjoy it.

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Post by Shillah Andeso »

I agree that the book had a few pages for such a great story. I, however, think it is very sweet.
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