Everybody's Daughter

Everybody's Daughter

3.28 (404 ratings by Goodreads)
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What if you had a chance to ask a loved one for forgiveness after they died? What would you say? Would you give up your own lifetime of happiness for someone else? Michael Stewart confronts these questions as he travels back in time through a mysterious tunnel in an old church when the Romans ruled with brutal violence and Jesus preached his peaceful message. His teenage daughter Elizabeth soon follows Michael, but is surprised to discover that her father is nowhere to be found. Little does she know that Michael has returned safely to the present, leaving her to battle a vicious Roman soldier. Separated by centuries, Michael is trapped to fight his own battles in the present day. Elizabeth s disappearance, and the discovery of her blood in his car ignites a rush of judgment as the FBI focuses on him as a person of interest. Michael s only hope for saving his daughter rests in the hands of his best friend a local pastor with secrets of his own and a mysterious old journal containing tales of miracles within the walls of the old church itself. Thrilling and suspenseful, Everbody's Daughter takes readers on a miraculous journey of their own, where salvation can be found in acts of sacrifice and hope remains forever eternal through the passage of a tunnel.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 325 pages
  • 140 x 213 x 28mm | 440g
  • Stamford, CT, United States
  • English
  • 1936558440
  • 9781936558445

About Michael John Sullivan

Michael John Sullivan graduated from St. John s University with a communications degree and a promising future in the field of journalism after working for the official school paper the previous two years. Six months later, he found himself washing his hair in a toilet at the same university as he prepared for a job interview. Riding a New York City subway train at night, his only companion was a green plastic bag of belongings. During these bleak days, he began writing his most reflective and emotional childhood and adult memories now featured in two of his novels, Necessary Heartbreak and Everbody's Daughter. Sullivan spent almost a month on the E train at night until he was rescued by relatives. After spending much of the past two decades raising their daughters while working at home, Sullivan returned to his notes in 2007 and began writing Necessary Heartbreak: A Novel of Faith and Forgiveness. It was published by Simon & Schuster s Gallery Books imprint in April 2010. He finished Everbody's Daughter in 2012 and is currently writing the last book in the series, The Greatest Christmas. Sullivan lives in New York with his family.
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404 ratings
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5 25% (100)
4 19% (77)
3 28% (112)
2 17% (67)
1 12% (48)

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For those who are not already consumed with the brilliant prose of Michael John Sullivan, I can only highly recommend both this second in a trilogy, but the first book: Necessary Heartbreak. In the first book, we are introduced to the warm if vague character Michael Stewart and his teenegaed daughter, Elizabeth. To say that this trilogy is a time travel of sorts, it does have that intriguing bit of drama to it. But the first book: Necessary Heartbreak takes you back to Jerusalem on the day of Christ's Crucifixation. They meet Leah there but have to flee back to their own time period before they know if she is safe. The second book is far better written than the first. The drama and the twists keep you on the edge of your seat and not able to sleep without finishing it! If you have ever lost a loved one or left words or deeds undone in a relationship in your life, this is the book that will forever cause you to rethink every relationship you currently have or may have in the future! I can not more highly recommend two books to our readers!!show more
by Marianne Little
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