"When Through Deep Waters" is a novel that is hard to put down once you start reading it! Rachelle Dekker has woven a story that will keep you turning the pages and wanting to know what is going to happen next. The story begins with every mother's nightmare, the loss of her child. This completely breaks the facade that Alicen has been living, the perfect life that her mother wanted for her and she presents to everyone. Alicen decides to return to where she spent happy summers as a child with her grandmother. This is to hopefully help ease the guilt she is experiencing and give her hope for her life; however she begins to see and hear things, just like her grandmother did.
"When Through Deep Waters" is so well-written. The emotions and actions are so real that the characters truly come to live on the pages and I found myself wondering how things were going to play out and end up that I had to keep on reading anxiously; my interest was definitely held all the way to the end! I highly recommend this for those whom enjoy suspense novels!
About the Author:
The oldest daughter of New York Times bestselling author Ted Dekker, Rachelle Dekker was inspired early on to discover truth through storytelling.
She won a Christy Award for her critically acclaimed debut novel, The
Choosing, which was followed by two more books in the Seer series:
The Calling and The Returning. Rachelle graduated with a degree in
communications and spent several years in marketing and corporate
recruiting before making the transition to write full-time. She lives in Nashville with her husband, Daniel, and their diva cat, Blair. Visit her online