Amy Harmon's The Song of David is an inspiring and emotionally wrought book about resiliency, trust, loss and love. The main characters, Tag and Millie, come from two different worlds and their journeys lead them to one another in an unexpected and unconventional way.
Tag's early life experiences with death, that lead to mental health struggles, provide him with the direction and clarity to focus on his outer strength. As professional fighter and successful entrepreneur, he has a built a life he can control and endure with little emotional investment.
That is until he meets Millie. He is immediately drawn to her confidence, beauty and insight. Millie is nothing like him and challenges him in new ways. She is strong in every sense of the word. Millie knows who she is and Tag is awestruck by her ability to be vulnerable and trusting.
Harmon wrote a story that sounds cliche from the outset but is unique, captivating, and at times, heartbreaking. I had no idea where the story was headed and how it would end. I truly enjoyed this book from start to finish. One of the best books I've read this year!
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