I feel a little bad giving this book two stars — I managed to finish it, and there were parts I genuinely liked, but overall the book has some glaring issues that make it just okay. Insert your e-mail below to start getting these recommendations. And Tami’s strict religious upbringing could be the firm’s ace-in-the-hole. I am attempting to find things to improve my website! On the surface it appears to be an open and shut case; the preacher seems fully outside the bounds of law. I should say that I am a Christian who believes in honoring parents, but this character was a hopeless mess.
The story is so compelling that it makes me want to be a better Christian. For some reason, Tami is also a basketball player, so she can wear shorts to play the game, but they have to be specially made to cover her knees. Dec 31, Brandy rated it really liked it. She is supposedly in second-year law school and taking her first summer clerks Is this the worst book Whitlow has ever written or just his most poorly drawn and ridiculously unbelievable protagonist? The fact that Robert Whitlow is an attorney as well as a Chr In reading the works of Whitlow, I always find the common thread that has drawn me to each of his novels thus far. While I think some of the descrptions of family life that made the beginning sluggish could have been shortened, I’m sure the author was trying to help readers understand Tami’s background so we’d grasp the strict life she’s brought up in as it affects how she interacts with the world. Competition is tough at the Savannah law firm where Tami Taylor serves as a law clerk. The courtroom drama aspect is completely unbelievable.
I had never read a Whitlow book and was surprised about by this one — it was a great easy enjoyable read. First the western part rober Tammy Lynn’s family lives.
Deeper Water (Tides of Truth, #1) by Robert Whitlow
At the law firm, she assists on a case involving a marsh dwe Robert Whitlow is a practicing attorney who likes to write novels. She must face difficult choices in her professional and personal life. Enjoyed this book, ready for the next one by Whitlow.
Gentry is then assigned to track down the people who took the hooded man. Now out in the world she must relied on her faith as she work in an office which is filled with mostly worldly people in terms of how they approach each case. In the murky waters of Savannah’s shoreline, a young law student is under fire as she tries her first case at a prominent and established law firm.
I gave it a 3 only because it was exasperating enough to keep me reading through the whole book.
The Tides of Truth Collection (Tides of Truth) by Robert Whitlow
The Gray Man is back!!! Your email address will not be published. The summer before her third year of law school, she applies for several clerk positions in various law firms in Georgia, and one several hours away from her home sends their request for her to work as a paid intern.
Tami returns to her hometown, struggling with several critical choices – as two very different men from the firm vie for her heart. Apr 08, Rachel Thompson rated it it was ok.
The Tides of Truth Collection
Although completely sufficient in roberf, the Lord, like any parent, appreciated the thanks of a grateful child. As one would expect from most Christian authors, there was no objectionable scenes or language. Whitlow paints such a vivid picture of the main character, a young law student, as well as the other characters, that it becomes increasingly difficult to put the book down.
I was really hooked on this book from the opening pages, then it slowed down and I wondered if I really had time to keep at it. This is a wonderful novel, in the same vein as John Grisham, only much better.
Anyway, before doing anything she has to pray about it. In the same morning while author Robert Whitlow was driving to work an idea struck into his mind. There is one scene in this book that makes the entire book worth reading.
Dec 09, Ginger rated it it was ok. Deeper Water was absolutely outstanding. They make their home in North Carolina. I liked her spunk and determination.
But as she digs, Tami discovers the man needs more than just legal representation. Tjdes book is the continuation of the previous book in the series and is set in South Carolina. It deals with our preconceived ideas which reflect our yruth and attitudes towards others which aren’t always based on the truth or having all the facts.
Given her background, rrobert interesting to watch how Tami reacts to the world. For some reason, Tami is also a basketball player, so she can wear shorts to play the game, but they have to be specially made to cover her knees.
Robert Whitlow Books In Order. I feel a little bad giving this book two stars — I managed to finish it, and there were parts I genuinely liked, but overall the book has some glaring issues that make it just okay. She understands that her beliefs will probably be held in scorn, but resolves to remain steadfast in her faith.
The protagonist, Tammy Lynn Taylor, is a devout Southern Christian who belongs to a religious sect that requires their children to be homeschooled, and whose parents inform her every personal decision through praryer. For me, the greatest compliment that I can ever give a book is to truly want to read more by the same author — so today I get to be complimentary!
Sep 17, Tom Robinson rated it really liked it Shelves: Moses Jones lives in a shack on the Ogeechee River. Hence, The List was written and published by him that became a best-selling whotlow.