BOOK REVIEW | The Deepest Waters

By | March 9, 2012


Title: THE DEEPEST WATERS
Author: Dan Walsh
Publisher: Revell
April 2011
ISBN: 978-0-8007-1980-7
Genre: Inspirational/historical

John and Laura foster are newly married and are taking Laura’s dream honeymoon on a steamship, SS Vondervere. They are traveling to New York to meet John’s family, a family he wronged many years previously, and he hopes to make amends with. But tragedy occurs, and the SS Vondervere is going down.

Laura is one of the last women to be rescued and she has to be torn from John’s side, knowing it’ll be a miracle if she sees him again. She is broken with grief on the other ship, but still befriends a slave, a dog, and countless women on board, ministering to them.

John is at sea, floating on a table he tore from a ballroom, knowing it’s just a matter of time…unless a miracle occurs. And Laura is preparing for the strong possibility of life alone…

THE DEEPEST WATERS is the third book by award-winning author, Dan Walsh. I was instantly captivated by this strong story of a strong woman and a hopeful man, and I was moved to tears at times by the story line. Mr. Walsh creates strong characters, believable plots, and setting, as well as a writing style that grips the reader.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading THE DEEPEST WATERS and highly recommend this book for a great historical fiction. You will not be disappointed. $14.99. 300 pages.

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