Thursday, November 15, 2018

Indivisible By Travis Thrasher

Inspired by true events, Indivisible is a story of love, service, and finding each other all over again.
Darren and Heather Turner share a passion for serving God, family, and country. When Darren is deployed to Iraq as an army chaplain, Heather vows to serve military families back home as she cares for the couple’s three young children.
Darren knows he’s overseas to support the troops in their suffering as their chaplain. What he doesn’t know is how he will get through his own dark moments. And as communication from Darren dwindles, Heather wonders what is happening in her husband’s heart. Meanwhile, she’s growing weary in the day-to-day life of a military base—each child’s milestone Darren will never see, each month waiting for orders, each late-night knock on the door.
When Darren returns, he is no longer the husband Heather once knew. She is no longer the woman Darren wed. And so it’s at home that the Turners face their biggest battle: to save their marriage.
Based on the screen play by David Evans, Indivisible is a tribute to the beauty of serving our country, the courage of choosing love in the darkness, and the power of a God who never gives up hope.

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Bestselling author Travis Thrasher has written over 50 books and worked in the publishing industry for over twenty years. He has penned fiction in a variety of genres, from love stories and supernatural thrillers to young adult series. His inspirational stories have included collaborations with filmmakers, musicians, athletes and pastors. He's also co-written memoirs and self-help books. His novelizations include Do You Believe? and God's Not Dead 2. Travis lives with his wife and three daughters in Grand Rapids, Michigan. For more information on Travis, visit

My Thoughts...

I had trouble with this one. It did not hold my attention and it did not seem like a thrasher book. (I am a huge fan of his.) It was one book that was not as good as the movie was.
I will say this the emotion that I felt watching the movie was not in the book. But the book had some depth and the characters were will portrayed on the pages.
I had to give this book 3.5 stars. But please give it a try you may feel different about it when you read it.
  The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.


  1. I love your honest reviews. This is the best blog.

  2. I will watch the movie I think, and then maybe try the book.

  3. Oh, this would be such a hard book to read! Sounds very emotional. I've only just begun to see this around the web, but maybe I'll hold out for the movie. It seems they are usually better than the book :-)

    Thanks for the honest review, Mary!

  4. I love honesty. Love it! So thank you. Perhaps writing about a real person made this a bit different. Who knows. The freedom allowed in fiction wasn't there in this book. But then again, maybe I could have done it in a different way. That's the beauty and the frustration of art. But thank you for highlighting the book and sharing your thoughts. I rarely comment on anything like this but I just felt like saying something! Thanks.

  5. I wouldn't mind giving this book a try

  6. love his books !! Would love to read this .Blessings ,DanaGirl

  7. Great honest review! I love Thrasher's books and enjoyed this one. I may feel differently after I watch the movie though.