Fearless by Mike Dellosso
If you can believe that the universe was created from nothing and a sudden bang, then why not believe in God? He is the God of the supernatural and surreal; the God of miracles; and the God of love.
In a very intense, dramatic unfolding of Virginia Mills' occupants, the story centers around one miracle child, nine-year-old Louisa. Gifted with healing, and in an allegorical retelling of Jesus' healing of the populace, Louisa's gift is a blessing and curse because others will seek to abuse that which is freely given.
But it isn't only Louisa's story, but a deeper tale of Jim, Amy, and Alicia's spiritual healing.
Within layers and layers of storytelling, Mike Dellosso weaves a heart-thumping thriller that peels back the preconceived notions of who people really are.
He's a killer, evil--but there's more to him and he has a choice.
She's a batter woman--but there's more to her and she has a choice.
They're a torn couple--but there's more to them and they have a choice.
Fearless is a novel that requires multiple readings to glean the majestic impact it tells.
As always, Mike Dellosso hasn't disappointed me with a story--superb!