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Summary

Forsaken is a broken clay vessel in Comfort Cove, a quaint 19th-century fishing village. This is a story about the struggle for her soul as she is discarded on the Potter's Field, the town's garbage dump. The cosmic war for humanity is brought to vivid reality as Master Potter finds her there.

You may see yourself as you hear about Forsaken and her struggle toward wholeness. Through many trials she develops intimacy, receives healing from her past pain and brokenness, and learns that Master Potter desires her even in her weakness. No one is too broken to be healed and used by God.

Heavenly and satanic forces battle for Forsaken's soul until Master Potter rescues her, giving her a new name and new hope for her life. Supernatural encounters, visits from the spirit world, and her personal struggle for hope blur the line between allegory and reality.

©2003 Jill Austin (P)2016 Destiny Image Publishers

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  • Lizz
  • Dundee, Scotland
  • 28-05-18

A powerful allegory

From beginning to end, this story is insightful and captivating. The author displays a through knowledge of the process of designing, throwing, forming and drying the clay before the firing and refiring during the refining process as well as the deep love the Master Potter has for his creations. I was challenged and encouraged by this book. I would recommend it to everyone.

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  • 07-04-18

It was a great book

I have never written a review before, so... The book was written the the style of The Pilgrim's Progress. Out was very touching and insightful. I saw myself throughout the book. I almost couldn't finish it, due to the narrator. She reads well, has a sweet voice, but at times out should be very intense and serious, her demon spirit's voices sounded like the Wicked Witch of the West. It just almost ruined those parts. He voices for theses characters didn't do them justice. To reiterate, she reads well, has a pleasant voice, the book was fantastic, the narrator just didn't do the character voices well for me

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  • Anonymous User
  • 27-08-17

beautiful story!

beautiful story! I'm so grateful for this book. It has helped me. thank you Jill

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 30-04-17

Good Book

This book reminds me of a more modern day "Pilgrim's Progress". A good book.