Feast for Thieves Review

Book Review: 

“Rowdy” Slater isn’t a bad man. He’s a man trying to do what’s right, in a world post-WWII. So, when the sheriff decides to let him choose between serving time in jail or serving one year as the town’s preacher, he chooses the latter. Little does he know this decision will change both his own life and the town of Cut Eye, TX.

Feast for Thieves is a feel-good story of learning from the lord and embracing our sins. This is a heartwarming read full of the fast-paced adventures of Rowdy Slater and all of the precarious circumstances he finds himself in on his path to redemption. The characters within are both parts pleasant and hard fought, lyrical and violent.

Brotherton creates a story well done in capturing the importance of God and showing us that no one is ever “too far gone” to save. The story may be fictional, but the lessons are very, very real.

*Disclaimer: A review copy was provided by the publisher. All opinions are my own.