Home Run

                                                                                                12/12/2013 Reviewed

 
 
                                                              A HOME RUN
                                                                         By:
                                                             Travis Thrasher
 
Cory Brand is a base ball star–Seems that’s all he cares about–because he has a son he never sees.
 
Cory seems to think he is better then anyone, Cory’s  brother has even saved his hide, why because his brother is a man who cares!!! Will he keep saving Cory or will he finally let him fall on his face so he has to face his problems head on like a man?
 
On the baseball field Cory is in control of his life BUT off the field he’s spiraling out of control. Who is going to save his butt then?
What is Cory haunted by and what regrets does he have? Is his future as hopeless as his past?
 
One moment Cory is ok the next he makes a mistake and he has to go back to his home town where it all started. His plans seem simple— but what plans has a God in store for Cory? Cory is about to get a second chance–now his journey begins in faith,redemption and transformation. Cory finds out along the way with God no one is beyond being healed.
 
God offers hope to those who believe in faith. This Book is based on the motion picture staring Vivica A. Fox and Scott Elrod. So if you saw the motion picture and liked the pictures then you’ll love the book. So what are you waiting for go out and buy the book and start reading it.
 
Happy Reading and finding a journey of faith!!!!!!!!!!
 
5 Stars
ISBN 978-0-7814-0838-7
I received this beautiful book free from David C Cook. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are entirely my own no one else’s.
thank you Lisa for believing in  me.
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