Patients in a hospital ward are instantly healed. A killer tornado is stopped in its tracks.
A dying businessman is cured of cancer.
Undeniable miracles are following a rusty station wagon on its journey west. But the person behind them is no charismatic religious figure. He's the six-year-old son of a poor single mother and the possessor of a gift he can't explain. To multitudes, however, Toby Matthews is about to become a New Age messiah--and to unscrupulous opportunists, a ticket to undreamed-of wealth.
But one person besides his young mother will see Toby for who he really is. Thomas York, a gifted but searching divinity student, finds in Toby a kindred spirit--brilliant, intuitive, hungry for truth. And as an evil beyond their comprehension unfolds, Truth will become their only weapon against a terrifying enemy unseen by all except Toby.
A taut supernatural thriller, The Prodigy probes the influence of the invisible realm on the world around us and the indomitable power of the Light that shines in the darkness.
When I was reading The Prodigy, I was automatically reminded of Ted Dekker's Blessed Child, only his is more modern. The story lines are very simalar: a young boy who can mysteriously preform miracles and someone wants him to make money off of him. There really isn't much more to say other than, if you like Blessed Child you'll like this one. 3 stars
Stephen and Jandrew