My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Ammon Rodgers served two tours in Iraq and his experiences there made him realize that there is a God and that he should pursue an education in renewable energy. Unfortunately, those who get power and wealth from oil keep an eye on people that are making strides in renewable energy-and they have the "problem" eliminated.
Ammon's journey is an exciting adventure in building his faith in God and His gospel, along with daring rescue missions, lost "treasure", and even romance.
Paul Rimmasch did an excellent job with his debut novel. Aspects of the story drew me in like a Dan Brown novel. The conspiracy theories were presented in a way that you couldn't help but think that they must be true. But, I appreciated Rimmasch's words in the Introduction about being careful about what you base your testimony on. There's one way to know if something is true, and if you go about it the right way, your faith won't be shaken.
A great book to add to your summer reading list. You can learn more by visiting http://www.loststonesbook.com/.
*I received an e-copy of The Lost Stones in exchange for a review.