No Less Days - Amanda G. Stevens

No Less Days

By Amanda G. Stevens

  • Release Date: 2018-05-01
  • Genre: Religious
No Less Days book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 7 Ratings)

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  • Very Different and Kept My Attention

    By Tubesox916
    I won a copy of this book and I didn't know it was Christian Fiction. Definitely not something I would grab for myself to read. I was not turned off by the religious aspects of it though, as most are subtle and not in your face. I tended to glaze over them, which makes me believe this book would have been just as good without them. I won't say they didn't add anything as that's not my place to judge, but I won't judge the book either on parts that I wasn't particularly interested in. I wouldn't judge a mystery on it being mysterious, or a romance for being romantic. So now that we're past that... The premise of this story is really cool. I admit, it reminded me of that Blake Lively move, Age of Adeline, but WAY better. There was thought here, and it drew me in the second I started reading. The main focus of the story is that David Galloway cannot die. It should have happened, many times. But nope. Still here... 100 some odd years later and still looking every bit a healthy 35 year old man. We learn a lot of David's history, as well as his present situation, and we wonder: How did he become this way? Are there others like him? Will he ever die? How does he live live without ever aging? I read this book really fast as I honestly wanted to find out what would happen. Page after page, it kept me riveted. I would give it 5 Stars, but I had some issues with parts of the story. Particularly all the themes going on - some felt really unnecessary. There was a lot of mystery, racial stuff, domestic abuse, love stories, historical references, religion, murders, celebrity, books.... I'm probably missing more. I felt like too much was happening and a lot could be toned down or eliminated. And it's very obviously set up for a sequel, but the way this "strange character" just showed up and then left... felt really disjointed and out of place. I'm also not a big Speculative Fiction reader as well as the Christian Fiction genre. I would have never bought this book and read it on my own. But that is how you lose certain generalizations about things, and find some of the best stories. I took a chance, and I won :) I'm happy to have read this book. And I'm pretty sure this is a sequel in the works, and I'll most likely seek that one out to read!
  • Eternity is a long time

    By Lisa Bateman
    I loved this book. The MC has lived a very long time, watching loved ones die and also everyone else he has known. He lives a quit life running a book store. I really liked that he had a book store. I love books. This book grabbed my attention from the very start and wouldn’t let go. It has a Christian fiction feel to it but is done tastefully and not preachy. I loved that it is Christian based. Another reviewer mentioned that it reminded them of the tv show “Forever”. That’s a great analogy. I loved that show. I can’t imagine what it would be like to live this life. Then he finds out there are others like him. I don’t want to spoil anything so I’ll let you read and find out what happens. For those who don’t like Christian fiction, don’t worry, you will still love this. There are a lot of great characters that are so much like real every day life people.

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