After being injected by a serum, a group of people are now living for hundreds of years. Zac Wilson has temporarily relocated to the town of a fellow longevite to recover. During this time, he finds a lot more than he was originally looking for.
Starting out, I had a little trouble getting into the book. I didn’t read the preceding book, so I was unfamiliar with what had already happened. Once I caught up, the book was interesting and came with several great messages. The characters have different personalities, strengths, and weaknesses that come together to help present the messages.
Forgiveness is central to much of the story. The characters learn about and seek forgiveness from one another and from God. Zac finds out that trying to go through life on his own doesn’t work and that the support of friends is not just beneficial, it’s necessary.
From Sky to Sky presents elements of salvation and fellowship in a way that is gentle, but that will stick in your mind and keep you thinking about them after you’ve put the book down.
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions are my own.