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David's Triumph

BY Brad Watson

“David plunged downward, unable to process the whirling blur of rock and sky. He came to a juddering halt, wedged between the canyon wall and a boulder that was as tall as him. David groaned as he glanced down. Several metres below him, the water-swept floor of the cavern glistened in the dark. If he slipped, he would plummet headfirst onto the unforgiving rock. David felt himself slipping and tried to brace himself, as searing pain spread through his left shoulder.”

Things were looking up for David—his family was back together, he had great friends and a new, beautiful girl was on the scene. But all of that was about to change. At home, school and in the wilds of a deep canyon, David comes face-to-face with life’s biggest challenges and quickly learns that real success and happiness don’t always come easy.

The third and fi nal book in the “Finding David” series, David’s Triumph is a story of love, loss, making decisions and fi nding the strength to carry on.

“I couldn’t wait to tell my friends how good it is and that they should start reading it.”—Tyler, age 13


Publisher: Signs Publishing

ISBN: 9781925044843

Format: Paperback

Qty on Hand: 5 In Stock

Pages: 192

Customer Reviews

[ Bookshelf Review ]
I hesitate to describe books as un-put-down-able. But I’m about to do just that for David’s Triumph. Because it really is.
It’s the final book in Dr Brad Watson’s trilogy of stories about David Matthews—the teenage boy we met in Finding David and David’s Revenge—and it truly is one of those books that you pick up and don’t put down again until you’ve read it from cover to cover.
It seems a shame to say goodbye to the various characters we’ve come to know over the course of the trilogy, but David’s Triumph is a fitting conclusion. Relationships are tested, boundaries pushed, friendships mended and loved ones lost in this story. There’s also the challenge of needing to win the Newcastle Triathlon. But through it all, David and his mates are as adventurous as ever, and continue to grow together in the things they experience.
David’s Triumph is described as a tale of love, loss, making decisions and finding the strength to carry on. It’s also about friendship, family
and faith.
The friendship and family challenges and joys keep the story intriguing, and are crafted in believable ways. There aren’t always simple, clean resolutions. Death and grief are realities. Real happiness and success aren’t always easy to come by—but they can be found.
Brad also beautifully weaves a spiritual theme through David’s Triumph, blending the experiences of loss and difficulties with growing personal relationships with God. It’s a beautiful reminder that we can encounter God in a variety of ways, and that He’ll always make the effort to reach us where we are and in ways that resonate with us.
Aimed at teen guys, David’s Triumph is an eminently accessible read. Whether you’ve been on board with the series from the beginning or this is the first of the three books you’ve read, it won’t disappoint. Grab a copy today—or pick up the three books as a complete set—but good luck putting it down once you start reading it!
—Adele Nash, freelance writer, Cooranbong, New South Wales

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