Havah by Tosca Lee is a powerful story about Adam’s wife who is called Havah (Eve) and her journey from living a blissful life in a world of paradise in the Garden to living a world that was separated from God. This poetic story shares what Havah had to go through from childrearing to watching her sons kills each other among all the other struggles that were brought to the earth. As she continues her journey, she longs to be reconciled to God. Publisher’s Weekly claims “Superior storytelling.”
This Christian novel made a great story as we can see from the average customer rating of 4.7 out of 5 with 77% of the customers individually giving this a high score of 5. This was reviewed by less than 100 customers.
A customer loved this so much that she shared that she altered her sleeping patterns because she was engrossed in the book. She felt that while she was reading this novel, she could clearly hear Havah’s voice telling the story since the beginning of time. This reader liked how the author gave sprinkled details in the story and she reported that she felt that she connected in a close way with Havah that she felt Havah was sharing her secrets. The customer describes this story to be heartbreaking yet beautiful. She found that this novel will actually help give a new light to how Genesis is and will provide insight to a beautiful world in Genesis. Some customers shared that this was an inspiring book and one shared that it was through this book that she was actually able to see how it could have been being separated or kicked out of the beautiful Garden of Eden. A customer liked this because it was evident that the author herself had to go back in history by doing some research in order to finish this book.
The Christian novel did not meet the expectations for all of the customers however. One was disappointed because this customer felt that the story was too long and did not keep a good pace. This reviewer claimed that there were too many descriptions which might have been the fallback of the reader due to not having any fresh ideas. Other customers also felt that this book dragged in certain areas; one claimed that it was indeed boring. A customer shared that this would not be a recommended book for those who were searching for Christ but were not yet Christians as some of the plots or descriptions might potentially kick them off their tracks.
We believe that this is a strong powerful prose which will give new insight to readers wanting to take a journey through time when the world was beautiful and discover how it became ruined through a decision that was made. The author will captivate you and you’ll see clearly the beginning through wonderful descriptions. Your eyes will not be able to be removed from its pages; this is a recommended buy.