For thousands of years, the place called Blackrock has been avoided and considered evil and useless. One man, Ralph Masters, believed that nothing God has made is useless, it just takes a little outside influence sometimes to find the good. This applies to men as well as things. Before he could prove it, he died in a traffic accident, leaving his nephew, a drunken never-do-well, to prove his theory and maybe at the same time rehabilitate himself.
If you’re looking for the road to goodness, you might find it amid the symbolic methods of this writer’s story. A road made narrow, might entice you to pick up your bed and walk, as the blind right into a land of troubles… Where you’ll find what you’re looking for.
One lonesome night of reading through the words, gave this reader a grasp of the symbolic eternal life required to choose a better road. You might make the same choice too.
There’s more than one reason to turn the pages of this intriguing novel, and the deepset characters may be just the introduction… Storyline, descriptive places, and an opportunity to look beyond yourself and find R E D E M P T I O N.
Go the distance… Read this book.
Intriguing story. References to current day events and people brought the characters to life. I found myself visualizing the people in the book as people I know. The valley and the setting of the book are reminders of some of my favorite parts of the Rocky Mountains. I will definitely recommend Blackrock Redemption to my family and friends as a great book to read. I hope David Dockter writes more books! This was a good read.
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