The Witness

Joseph is being held in the Facility, a place where he has little freedom, and even less information about. After the Machine shows up and Joseph learns that it is there to record his story, he shares the highs and lows of his life and faith.

As Joseph goes through his life, he discovers times that God provided and directed, more so than he though at the time. Through pain, sorrow, and joy, God was there for Joseph. The sharing of his story can serve as an illustration for all people, though Christians are more likely to understand it as God’s hand in their lives.

I found several parts of the story interesting, and the concept of of the book was intriguing. As a personal preference, I would have liked it to have chapters. I don’t tend to read books straight through, and I use chapters to track my progress. This isn’t a big deal, but something that did stick out as I read the book.

I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions are my own.

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