IllusionI have always liked reading books from Frank Peretti, and this book is no different.  Illusion drops you right in the middle of the story of two magicians, who are married and on the verge of retiring when tragedy strikes.  The husband believes the wife has died, but something much more complicated has happened, and you never learn the details until the very end.

In fact, I spent most of this book wondering if we’d ever find out!  Peretti is good at teasing you with pieces of the story, and as you, the reader, know who the characters are but the characters themselves do not, you find yourself rooting for them to figure out what’s going on, and as they get closer the anticipation builds!

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For-Men-OnlyJeff Feldhahn has gone where no man has dared go before—with his wife as she promoted her wildly successful book For Women Only: What You Need to Know about the Inner Lives of Men.  While on this trip, Jeff realized that there were also many things that men did not know about the women in their lives—their wives.  And from there he and his wife Shaunti, decided to survey women and write their companion book, For Men Only: A Straightforward Guide to the Inner Lives of Women.

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