Item description for Salvador's Journey by David Monreal...
Salvador Gustave, after spending twenty years in prison, heads back to the Gustave Estate with one thing in mind: To share the Gospel with his eighty-five-year-old father who has been stricken by Alzheimeras disease. A family secret has estranged Salvador from his aold man, a but through the Grace of God they reconcile. After his fatheras passing, Salvador inherits a fortune and heads back to San Francisco where he plans to minister to the aSodom and Gomorrah of the 21st Century.a It isnat easy spreading the Word of God in San Franciscoathere is resistence and even violence. When Salvador inherits a painting from a young artist who has died of AIDS, a horrifying scandal starts to unfold. Why is the painting so important? Why are some people willing to kill for it? Why is the superintendent of schools obsessed with retrieving the painting? Salvadoras Journey dares to confront the sacred cows of a secular society. In this fast-paced, suspenseful novel, David Monreal, makes a statement that every Christian knows to be trueawithout God as our moral compass, only darkness will prevail.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.48" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Sep 17, 2007
ISBN 1424195713 ISBN13 9781424195718
Availability 138 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 24, 2017 02:49.
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Good Read Nov 20, 2007
Salvador's journey is an uplifting story that is well worth reading. The pace is quick and the style appealing to all reader levels. David has done his homework on the wide variety subjects touched upon. The Biblical truths expressed are right on. For my personal taste, The ending was a little too fast and neat. This would make a good "made for TV movie"