Thursday, March 8, 2012


After reading a review of The Master’s Wall by Sandi Rog, I bought a copy, and loved it. I was eager to also read the second in her Iron and the Stone series. When Yahshua’s Bridge was published, I bought that one too. Now, I look forward to the third book.

I recommend reading The Master’s Wall before Yahshua’s Bridge. Although it can stand alone, the first book will make the second more enjoyable. Of the two, my favorite is the first, but both are excellent.

In her depiction of ancient Rome, and the early Christian church, Sandi Rog does an excellent job. Her suspense and drama make you want to keep reading. She did, however, tackle one topic that few would. Perhaps because of her illness (mentioned by her editor in the forward of this book) she is no doubt more focused on the afterlife in this novel than her previous one. When a major character is martyred, she makes an attempt to depict that person’s experience with angels and the “bridge” to Yahshua. Her vision of Heaven is very different from my own, and I’m tempted to criticize her description. However, I admire her for the attempt. It’s nothing I would try to describe and it apparently led to the book’s title.

For the most part, this novel is highly engaging and enjoyable and is recommended.
—Gail Lewis  

Product Details:
Paperback: 360 pages
Publisher: DeWard Publishing
Language: English
ISBN-13: 9781936341177

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