Three Spirits in January Book Review

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The author of Three Spirits in January sent me a copy of his novel for me to review. At first, I wasn't sure what to expect when I read this. I was in the middle of finishing Laura Loomer's book, then became busy with farm work and personal things. I finally decided to complete this book, as I promised. I was actually engaged with the book. This was an intriguing story to follow, as it literally relates to our current political situation. The novel is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.


The book takes the plot of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carole to relate to the current political climate. The main character, Jack Phlippant, recently won the presidential election, despite numerous claims that the election was fraudulent. Phlippant is a career politician, with a history of making selfish and horrible decisions. Jack meets a mysterious stranger, who reveals himself as Jack's guardian angel, who despite numerous attempts to reason with Jack, has been ignored. The guardian angel, throughout three nights, introduces Phlippant to three different spirits: The Father, The Son, and Spiritus Sanctus, who show him the past, the present, and the future of his actions. He meets a fourth person, and Phlippant has to decide what his future will entail.


As described, this book was certainly a page turner. If you didn't understand the characters, it revolves around Joe Biden and his current administration. The author focuses on what the current President does. Unable to speak without being told what to say, hating any opposition, barely able to stay awake. That is what we are currently witnessing. What I appreciate is how the author describes the importance of each decision "Phlippant" (aka Joe Biden) has made, and the impact it has on Americans. For instance, the author describes how Phlippant's laws, like removing welfare, hurt Americans. Yet you continuously heard Jack make excuses for why he supported such laws. I also appreciated in the book how The Son (aka Jesus Christ) discussed the issue of abortion and the creation of life, while pointing out the obvious flaws in the pro-choice logic. How the author discussed the issue of climate change was impactful for me, because it revealed an issue that isn't discussed enough: humans thinking they are as powerful as God. That's why abortion and the need to control climate is pushed. The world think they alone control the world. In actuality, the climate is always changing, but the Creator made this world to sustain life. Does that mean we trash the planet? Obviously not. However, the ideologies that the radical Left is pushing is not only dangerous to the planet, but to people as well. That's what the author discussed in Three Spirits in January. I truly learned so much from this story.


This book is a short read. Just 150 pages! I highly recommend purchasing this book! You won't regret it. If anything, you'll learn more about an issue you may not have thought about before. Going to give this book 4 stars!⭐⭐⭐⭐

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