Dancing Priest

Dancing Priest Michael Kent A young man studying to become a priest finds love and learns that faith can separate A university cyclist seeking Olympic gold finds tragedy death and heroism A pastor thousands of mil

  • Title: Dancing Priest
  • Author: Glynn Young
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Michael Kent A young man studying to become a priest finds love, and learns that faith can separate.A university cyclist seeking Olympic gold finds tragedy, death and heroism.A pastor thousands of miles from home seeks vocation and finds fatherhood.Sarah Hughes A young woman living abroad finds love and loses family.A university student meets a faith she cannot accept.An aMichael Kent A young man studying to become a priest finds love, and learns that faith can separate.A university cyclist seeking Olympic gold finds tragedy, death and heroism.A pastor thousands of miles from home seeks vocation and finds fatherhood.Sarah Hughes A young woman living abroad finds love and loses family.A university student meets a faith she cannot accept.An artist finds faith and learns to paint with her soul.Dancing Priest is the story of Michael Kent and Sarah Hughes and a love, born, separated, and reborn, in faith and hope.

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    About “Glynn Young”

    1. Glynn Young

      Glynn is an award winning speechwriter and communications professional He is a member of the College of Fellows of the Public Relation Relations Society of America and was inducted into the St Louis Media Hall of Fame in 2009 He received his B.A in Journalism from Louisiana State University and his Masters in Liberal Arts from Washington University in St Louis He is the author of three novels in the Dancing Priest series Dancing Priest, A Light Shining, and Dancing King and the non fiction book Poetry at Work He also serves as an editor at Tweetspeak Poetry tweetspeakpoetry and writes a weekly column on new poets, old poets, and literature.

    465 thoughts on “Dancing Priest”

    1. Although my progressive faith is dismissed in passing comments, I absolutely loved this book! If you are a sports fan, you must read it. If you are a romantic, you must read it. If you are a pastor, a seeker, a disciple, a doubter you must read it!


    2. The Dancing Priest by Glynn Young is an excellent example of its genre, Christian Fiction. As a reader mostly of secular literature, I was somewhat wary about approaching this novel. In addition, I have to admit that the excessive focus on the characters and their back stories in the early couple of chapters seemed to be setting the scene for a patchy story. But this was just an early glitch. Once the author has his characters established, the story becomes compelling and absorbing. Glynn Young [...]


    3. I absolutely loved the story. I loved it because the characters had depth. They became real to me as I read the book. I felt myself connecting and identifying with them. I returned to my old stomping grounds in Scotland and England as I moved through the pages. I came back across The Pond to my adopted home country of America as the characters did. I identified with their struggles and pain. I went with Michael, one of the main characters, into Buckingham Palace. I rode with him in the Olympics. [...]


    4. I picked this book up because the idea behind it sounded interesting, and I really enjoyed the story. I saw that one reviewer knocked the book for writing style and the double spacing between paragraphs. I suspect the double spacing is a Kindle formatting thing (I read the Kindle version) which was very slightly distracting but not enough to knock the author over - the publisher needs to fix that. The writing style was unique for sure, and I enjoyed it. Sometimes you pick up a book to discover c [...]


    5. The story has interesting components. The characters are well-drawn. I just dont care for the _style_ of writing. I've seen other reviewers laud the style as especially pleasing; I imagine it's a matter of taste. I just found it way too declarative, which resulted in very little atmosphere. This, coupled with the bizarre layout (double-spacing after every paragraph or line of dialogue) made it feel at times as though I were reading the author's story outline from 3x5 cards and that he planned to [...]


    6. Full disclosure: the author is a friend of a friend, and I was fortunate enough to obtain a free copy of the book.That said, this is a wonderful, rich book. Readrs are taken to numerous parts of the world as they learn about cycling, art, students learning abroad, and especially about. faith. There will be several people who shy away from this story because of the faith factor - that would be their loss.This is a well-written, insightful book that will be enjoyed by a wide range if people even [...]


    7. absolutely lovely I thought the book started a bit slow. I thought it may be more about sports or such. It was a beautiful love story. It showed the beauty of waiting onGods timing. This is a special story. Probably will check out the sequel and I usually do not like sequel books.


    8. I think this is a typical Christian novel. And well written in that respect. I gave it a lower rating because some of the content was a little on edge for me personally, so I don't feel like I can fully recommend it.


    9. I couldn't put it down.How nice to find a faith-based romance without all the smut of typical paperbacks. The scripture and short sermons woven in were just right. To the point, but not overwhelming.


    10. A Wonderful love storyA real feel good book. The characters were well developed and very easy to relate to. This story combined a love story and love of a sport in a touching way. I really enjoyed this book and recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good read.


    11. loved it! Couldn't put it down until I finished. It was so fun to see how the story progressed. Lots of tears as well as smiles from me. Can't wait to read the next book!


    12. Loved this book Loved the charactersloved the story There is just so much to it And you must read the awesome sequel : A Light Shinning.


    13. I liked it, because I like sappy romances. But wow, the hero is a Mary Sue! I think the author was seriously in love with Fr. Mike. And everything came together WAY too conveniently.


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