4 out of 4 stars
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What do you think about angels? Do they truly exist? During my high school days, I believed that angels were truly in existence, as I have had occasional encounters with them, and they seemed to live among us.
In Melissa Blue’s book, Whitney and Wendell, we met Missy and Roger. They have been married with a kid, and things seem to get out of hand in their marriage. Roger is a chain smoker and an alcoholic. These habits are almost destroying his marriage, and he lays blame on his wife’s fatigue. Soon after, their daughter, Elaine, started having some experiences with two invisible entities, Whitney and Wendell. This experience holds so much for White’s home that only the reader of this book would uncover.
After reading this book, I started wishing that someday I could experience the presence of angels myself. The experience is one that every human would love to have, as it shows us that there are spiritual beings that monitor our activities here, and they live among us. What I liked most about this book was that it captured a variety of issues and audiences. In other words, it emphasizes the importance of God in our affairs. The book's message imprinted in my heart that I can always ask God to help me in everything. Missy is an excellent example of this point. While her marriage was on the brink of collapse, she puts her hope in God, as she maintained a good relationship with her daughter.
The author ensured that the content of this book would bless those who read it, as she maintained a concise version of the book. I appreciated the author’s simplicity of writing. No aspect of the book appeared complicated, and this would ensure that the younger audience finds the book appealing.
There was nothing I considered negative about this book, even though I disagreed with the idea that Missy could pray to her late grandmother for help. In my own opinion, I do not think such an act could be traceable to the Scripture. This might get some readers confused, especially those who are firm believers in the Bible.
Whitney and Wendell was perfectly executed and exceptionally well edited. Hence, I rate four out of four stars. I did not find any single grammatical error in the whole book. I will recommend this book to those who are currently experiencing difficulty in their family and marriage.
Whitney and Wendell
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