TeriLyn's thoughts: Reading The Song of David provided me a truly unique reading experience. Having read after The Law of Moses I feel like I was given a beautiful gift by this incredibly talented author. Amy Harmon wrote two poignantly brave, incredible stories. These are love stories so evocative, unique, and powerful. The Song of David is a book a feel like I could pick up again right away just to experience the glory of it all over. It's so difficult to describe the power of emotion I felt while reading this but it was there throughout the whole book.
The Song of David forces to open your minds and hearts to not only the characters of David and Millie but again to Moses and Millie's brother Henry. Each one plays a vital role in the love story surrounding David and Millie. Chills coursed my body throughout the entire book as I read on the edge of my seat. Heartache slammed my chest as I turned the pages. Tears escaped my eyes as I smiled through the joy. A gambit of feelings from a story so evocative I can't stop thinking about it. David "Tag" Taggert, Millie & Henry Anderson, and Moses Wright are characters I will never forget; a true testament to the powerful, gripping prose of Amy Harmon. She made me a fully functioning supporter of Tag Team fully invested in the words she so eloquently placed on the pages. Fully aware of the devastation and joy she would undoubtedly unleash on my heart, I went full steam ahead and loved every second.
There's so much to say about The Song of David. It's a book I feel like I could analyze to the enth degree for a term paper. I feel like I could type for hours now urging you to read David's story in the truly unique way that it's told. I can't go into details, as my friend Jxxx says: "this is a story you need to let unfold". You should read it and savor it. Amy Harmon has a beautiful gift she's allowing us to witness. I cherished it and savored it with The Law of David. She's one the best kinds of emotional masochists with raw, honest feelings pouring from every word. This was a reading experience I'll never forget and can't wait to experience all over again in the future. Please open your heart and do yourself a huge favor in your reading life by reading this book. Just do it after you've finished The Law of Moses.