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Clare Revell never delivers a bad book. I've read many of her novels, and found them all well-written and captivating. In my very humble opinion, she shines brightest on tales with a bit of an otherworldly slant -- like this one. Convergence grabs the reader from the first page, and doesn't let go until "the end."
This is one of those can't-put-it-down page turners that every writer wants to deliver, but so few actually do. Way to go, Clare!
I'd give this a ten if I could. Ruth 1:16 is a perfect verse for a love that spans centuries. At age eight Yvetta is in a castle and meets an oddly dressed boy, Blaize, with heterochromia eyes. He’s accompanied by a monkey. She’s now 30 and burnt herself while a hooded figure called her by name. Her brother wants to put her back in therapy because she stopped her dream suppressant meds. Masterful writing absorbed my attention and the real world drifted away. Etta saw Blaize and the faceless at unprecedented times, where fear trapped her inside her mind and she lost days at a time. The dark threat is real, a true allegory. Her reality is both here and in the past. Stellar authorship never had me confused. Blaize introduced Etta to Christ and the Bible when she was 14. But her world turned dark where even God seemed to abandon her. The villain is alive and full of trickery, but true love wins.
Thought provoking and entertaining...
Clare Revell is an exceptional writer. Convergence is thought provoking, enthralling, and entertaining all rolled into one beautiful package. I was hooked on this story from the first paragraph and enjoyed the plot and characters as the story unfolded. It took a little effort to keep up with the scenes at some points as they switched between past and present, but the story has a powerful message and Ms. Revell does a fantastic job tying it all together in the end.