I thoroughly enjoyed this latest offering from Robert Whitlow. The story captured me quickly and it moved along at a quick pace. There was a nice balance between mystery, humor and the great battle between good and evil. It kept me engaged right to the end…and then I still wanted to know what happens next with these characters!
The stakes for both lawyer and defendant have never been higher — or more bizarre.
It begins with an eccentric old man who cuts lawns and scribbles coded-dreams in a notebook.
But the ramblings of the seemingly harmless defendant have created several powerful enemies with deep pockets and deadly determination. When the old man is led through a dream to have Mike Andrews represent him, the former attorney-turned-minister finds himself embroiled in a full-out legal battle brimming with corporate scandal, supernatural evidence, and witnesses who are quickly leaving town to avoid a far worse fate.
As for his eccentric client? Sam Miller’s best information comes from strange dreams and visions he has while asleep. Mike is tempted to brush aside the man and his mysterious half-logic…until the clues from his dreams prove to be all too real. And his wife of forty-five years reveals her husband can regularly predict the future through strange visions.
Just how far should one follow guidance they receive from dreams and visions? That’s the question the jury – and two very different men – must resolve in this supernatural-tinged Southern legal thriller.
- Paperback: 400 pages
- Publisher: Thomas Nelson (July 3, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1595542965
- ISBN-13: 978-1595542960
- Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 5.1 x 1 inches
Reading “Mountain Top” was like eating a piece of chocolate cake. Do you devour it quickly because it is so good, or do you consume it slowly, savoring every chapter?Reader
Special moments in a Christian’s life are referred to as mountain top experiences. The title to this book says it all. Robert Whitlow is a master word-smith who weaves themes such as the providential power of God, showing love to those who hurt you, church politics, words of knowledge, and being led by faith instead of driven by fear into his latest tale aptly named Mountain Top.Reader