Elizabeth Camden Never Disappoints

Whenever Elizabeth Camden writes a new novel, I always look for my first chance to read it! This year I am delighted because she is releasing not one but two new stories, both from Bethany House Publishers. The first to release in 2017 is “To the Farthest Shores”, which is set in the early 1900s. In this fascinating story, so many intriguing topics are touched upon including: international spies, pearl cultivation, and the pain of betrayal and hope of forgiveness that can only come from true love.

Elizabeth Camden is one of those amazing authors who consistently delivers unforgettable works of fiction. Fascinating plots filled with unique and well-researched details, both historical and often scientific, are her specialty. Characters who come to life in the first few pages, and who have slowly-revealed pasts that make you love them even more, are her forte. Morals and life lessons that reach deeply into the hearts and minds of readers, deepening their understanding of God’s truths, are her aptitude. “To the Farthest Shores” was no exception, for it contained each of these elements. One downside is that it also contained a few plot points that should only be read by mature readers, but thankfully the details are not given too much description.

Overall, if you are looking for an engrossing, inspirational, and well-written story to read, look no farther than the newest Elizabeth Camden novel, “To the Farthest Shores”. Without question, it will grab your imagination and not let go until every secret has been revealed.

“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.”

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