“I applaud Michael John Sullivan for bringing his beautiful story to life.”– Eric Wilson, New York Times bestselling author of Fireproof
“The last time I remember talking about a book this much was after I read The Help.”
– Rainy Day Reviews
“This is a unique blend of Science Fiction and Biblical Historical Romantic Suspense Fiction, so there is bound to be something for just about every book lover’s genre!”
– Reviews from the Heart
“I could not lay it down. I loved it!”
– My Favorite Things
Is there one more miracle left?
Teenager Elizabeth Stewart has been given the gift of life once more and uses it to risk everything for a close friend – even though it means leaving behind her father, Michael.
Distraught, Michael poses as a Roman soldier, takes a sea journey with an Apostle, and is asked to help write part of the Gospel in his quest to safely bring his daughter home to the twenty-first century.
In present time, Hewitt Paul, an embittered FBI special agent, seeks solutions to the mysteries surrounding Elizabeth and Michael's disappearance.
As faith collides with cynicism and compassion faces off against cruelty, these three people will encounter the unimaginable in ways that alter their lives forever.
Thrilling, illuminating, and ultimately resounding, THE GREATEST GIFT concludes the trilogy begun in NECESSARY HEARTBREAK and EVERYBODY'S DAUGHTER in awe-inspiring fashion.
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“A suspenseful page turner…. The novel is rich in its plot, subplots, characters who readers will long remember with a craving to read the next one.”– Examiner.com
Michael John Sullivan writes intensely emotional stories that blend heart-rending domestic drama with spirit-stirring fantasy. The combination is as fulfilling for the reader as it is rare and prompted Rainy Day Reviews to say of Everybody's Daughter, “The last time I remember talking about a book this much was after I read The Help."
“Part mystery, part suspense and filled with exciting time travel, this book kept me interested from beginning to end.”– Just One More Paragraph