Dragon Seed By Marty Machowski {Book Review}

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Synopsis:

Nick, an angry teen, uncovers a dark secret about his family and, along the way, discovers his place in a story of epic proportions. In Dragon Seed, trusted author Marty Machowski uses both imaginative fiction and an engaging, 12-lesson Bible study to introduce older children and teens to spiritual warfare

My Thoughts:

This isn’t the type of book that I’d normally read. However, gave it a shot and read about half of the book. I love the imagination that was put into this read, but I found it hard to relate to. The characters were well developed, but again, not as relatable as I’d like.

Nick, the main characters is lost and angry. He feels like the world owes him everything and is quite disrespectful throughout the book. I love that it displays teenage rebellion, but I think it was a little extreme. Overall, this definitely wasn’t the read for me. However, I think it could help a struggling teen.

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Connect:

Marty Machowski is the Family Life Pastor at Covenant Fellowship Church in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, where he has served on the pastoral staff for over 25 years. Marty leads Promise Kingdom, the children’s ministry of Covenant Fellowship. He is the author of a systematic theology for children entitled The Ology, Long Story Short, Ten-Minute Devotions to Draw Your Family to God, The Gospel Story Sunday School Curriculum and the companion Gospel Story Children’s Bible. He and his wife Lois and their six children reside in West Chester Pennsylvania area.

 

 

 

 

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