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The Dead Whisper On

4 Ratings: 4.5
A book by T. L. Hines

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Author: T. L. Hines
Publisher: Bethany House (July 1, 2007)
4 reviews about The Dead Whisper On
review by . February 07, 2009
Canada MacHugh's life is about to change in ways she never imagined. As far as Canada is concerned though, a change would be nice. She has lived her whole life in the mining community of Butte, Montana, and once upon a time she even worked as a miner. These days she is biding her time as a garbage collector, all the while wondering if life has more in store for her.      One day on the job she begins hearing the voice of her father, who has happened to be dead for several years. …
review by . October 24, 2007
This book really surprised me! I am a former Stephen King reader. I love his storytelling and imagination, but after reading one of his newer novels, I remembered why I stopped reading them--they're just too crude and the language is so offensive.    I wasn't sure I what I expected when I began The Dead Whisper On, but when the supernatural plot elements began emerging, I was quite surprised. However, he wrote it all within a moderately Christian Worldview (nothing completely …
review by . October 13, 2007
Who is the shadow? Is it Candace's dad or is it part of a network of dark evil? Who is Keros? Is he an evil golem bent on destroying Candace or is he a speaker of truth trying to help Candace. Who can be trusted, the nameless or the nothingness? Following her heart, garbage collector Candace MacHugh, finds herself traveling across the US trying to help people, by spreading truth. When she returns home to her beloved Butte, Montana, she finds the town under quarantine and people spontaneously burning. …
review by . August 29, 2007
The Dead Whisper On is completely different than Waking Lazarus.     Which goes to show readers that T.L. Hines is versatile in his story telling skills?     Two secular books I've just finished are far more "spiritual" in nature than The Dead Whisper On which goes to show how the face of Christian Fiction is changing. The spiritual elements in "Dead" are heavy and at the same time light, the gospel isn't shared, but the underlying truth of dark versus light …
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