Substitute Angel By Timothy Best

Timothy Best â 6 REVIEW

When a man accidentally injures an angel sent to prevent a murder he reluctantly agrees to help, a decision that forces him to face his past, thrusts him into a situation that could very well be the end of him, and wakens him to the realization that there really is a purpose to all things in life. Substitute Angel

Strange coincidental story. I read this book because I agreed to narrate the audiobook. Unbeknownst to me or the author at the time of that agreement, is that the story takes place about 8 miles from my house. The author very succinctly captures the character of Charlevoix, Mi. Substitute Angel Walt Disney said: “Good and evil, the antagonists of all great drama in some guise, must be believably personalized. The moral ideals common to all humanity must be upheld. The victories must not be too easy. Strife to test valor is still and will always be the basic ingredient….” This tried-and-true recipe for a great story applies aptly to “Substitute Angel”.

Read full review in the 2014 April issue of InD’tale Magazine. Substitute Angel Timothy Best masterfully weaves a tale of love, loss, faith, and identity. A perfect read anytime of the year, but especially the holiday season. This will be a regular Christmas read for me moving forward. He so immersed the reader in the setting that I felt like I was walking the streets of Charlevoix with Doc, Clair, Farren, and the other cast of characters. He crafted a story rich in detail, morality, and emotions. A relatable and wonderful tale. Well done. Substitute Angel