The Disillusioned by D.J. Williams – A Book Review


Two brothers whose paths have diverged come together again after their mother’s suicide. The sons of a powerful evangelistic church leader, they are drawn into a mystery as unique as it is horrifying.

Danny and Sam begin a search for a woman who shares their inheritance. They know nothing about her. However,  all roads lead to the African country of Zambezi. Danny leaves his wife, Brooke, behind in Los Angeles and travels to Africa. When nothing is heard from him, Sam follows and Angela the reporter follows him. What they all learn is a lesson in endurance and trust in God.

The intricacies of religion, politics and child slavery are woven  into a riveting story where death is all too common. The Disillusioned is an excellent book and I highly recommend it, giving it an A.

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