Fabry has a true gift for prose, and this new novel is amazing. Told from the alternating points of view of an angel and a human, it will challenge readers and uplift them in their faith. You’ll most definitely want to move this to the top of your “to buy” list.

Billy Allman leads a quiet life in West Virginia, but his dream has always been to glorify God through music. When he was younger, he played the mandolin, but as an adult he uses his gifts to run a radio station from his home. Malachi, an angel sent to observe and intervene on behalf of God is sent to Billy. An event in Billy’s past affects his future, and he must learn to give all of his life to God. (TYNDALE, Oct., 316 pp., $13.99)
Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel