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The Midnight Saint by Mitchel Whitington

Updated on September 2, 2015

Disclaimer

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through the BookCrash.com book review program, which requires an honest, though not necessarily positive, review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s CFR Title 16, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

What if you were told that you had only twelve days to live? And what if that pronouncement was not given by a physician or surgeon, but instead by a young woman who claimed to be a divine messenger... and she had a gift to offer? What if you could not ignore her words?

— Mitchel Whitington

Even though your doctor gives you a clean bill of health, and life seems to be going along as smooth as ever, if what she said was correct, then every day, every hour, every second that passed was bringing you closer to your own death. And what if you believed in your heart that every word she said was true? In The Midnight Saint, an ordinary man is faced with extremely extraordinary circumstances, and his world is turned upside-down as his last twelve days tick slowly away...

— Mitchel Whitington

Mitchel Whitington

Mitchel Whitington is a paranormal researcher who is also a author. Mitchel Whitington has a passion for history and the supernatural. Mitchel Whitington has written numeorus articles and books on supernatural topics over the course of his writing career.

Mitchel Whitington has written many books some of them are:

  • Ghosts of North Texas
  • Real-Life Stories of Supernatural Experiences
  • Ghosts of East Texas and the Pineywoods
  • Jefferson
  • The Midnight Saint
  • Uncle Bubba's Chicken Wing Fling
  • Haunted Encounters-Ghost Stories from Around the World
  • Personal Stories of Departed Pets
  • 23: A Country Preacher, His Grandson, And A Devotional That Will Change Your Life
  • Natchez: The History & Mystery of the City on the Bluff
  • Angels of Oakwood: Jefferson's Historic Cemetery

Review

As I wrote at the top "I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through the BookCrash.com book review program, which requires an honest, though not necessarily positive, review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s CFR Title 16, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

I had never heard of Mitchel Whitington prior to receiving The Midnight Saint by Mitchel Whitington. I am a fan of supernatural and paranormal books, movies, and TV shows, but I myself do not believe in the supernatural.

Instead of being in chapters the book is separated into days; there are twelve days, a epilogue, and 161 pages in the Midnight Saint by Mitchel Whitington. The books is about how Adam is told my Saint Lucia that he is going to die and that she will visit him the next twelve nights, on each night he may ask saint Lucia one question which she will answer to the best of her ability. On the last night and only the last night Adam may ask a question about his own death. I found Adam's questions interesting and Lucia's responses to them even more interesting. The questions and answers leave you wondering about death and the beyond.

SPOILER ALERT


The book, the Midnight Saint by Mitchel Whitington, ends with a epilogue that leaves the reader wondering how much of the book is fiction and just how much of it might actually be truth. I really loved the fact that Adam did not die Saint Lucia never said that he would die at the end of her visits just that he would die. She even said to Adam that she never knew when or how he would die just that like all mortals he would die. The book gives both Adam and the reader a new appreciation for life. It truly gives more meaning to the saying live everyday to its fullest as if it were your last. Adam truly learned to live his life only when he thought it was about to end.

Overall I enjoyed reading The Midnight Saint by Mitchel Whitington and I would read more of Mitchel Whitington's books if the opportunity to do so ever presents itself. I would recommend this book to anyone with a fear of death. I would also recommend this book to religious fiction fans. This The Midnight Saint by Mitchel Whitington is truly a good book for any person to read as it is filled with true life lessons.

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