Chelsea Adams has visions. But they have no place in a courtroom. As a juror for a murder trial, Chelsea must rely only on the evidence. And this circumstantial evidence is strong - Darren Welk killed his wife.Or did he?
The trial is a nightmare for Chelsea. The other jurors belittle her Christian faith. As testimony unfolds, truth and secrets blur. Chelsea's visiting niece stumbles into peril surrounding the case, and Chelsea cannot protect her. God sends visions - frightening, vivid. But what do they mean? Even as Chelsea finds out, what can she do? She is helpless, and danger is closing in....
Masterfully crafted, Dread Champion is a novel in which appearances can deceiveand the unknown can transform the meaning of known facts. One man's guilt or innocence is just a single link in a chain of hidden evil... and God uses the unlikeliest of people to accomplish his purposes.
©2009 Brandilyn Collins (P)2011 Zondervan
I thoroughly enjoyed Dread Champion as I have enjoyed many of Brandilyn Collins other books. Great read! The narrator did an excellent job at being distinctive in her voices. I loved this book.
This story was difficult to finish - but I am stubborn enough to not waste my money. There was a lot of back and forth in this story line and at times hard to follow which character was being focused on. The main character who has visions from God was weak in my opinion. I think the reason I pursued and finished was I liked the idea of using our relationship with God to know which direction to move in life. The underdog was the teen couple and the story of their daughter. So without being a spoiler I will just say if you start it - hunker down to finish it.
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