If you read the first installment of the “Hearts of Montana” series, then you will probably be eager for this one as well.
I was excited to read “Love’s Mountain Quest”, but I’m finding that I have somewhat mixed feelings about this book. Some parts I liked and other parts I didn’t. There is enough adventure in this book to please even the bravest of thrill-seekers, as well as great lessons in faith and character. But there is also enough sadness and pain and anguish that it can feel like a bit of a downer. Continue reading
“Far Side of the Sea” is Kate Breslin’s newest release, and what a story it is! This novel follows the journey of Johanna Reyer, and also of Colin Mabry, the twin brother of Grace Mabry, whom we already know from “Not by Sight”. I was pleasantly surprised at the relation between these two books, as there was another release in between, but I greatly enjoyed the stories of these new characters, and also enjoyed revisiting a few that I already knew. Continue reading
Fantasy novels are a huge leap outside of my comfort zone… There, it’s out in the open and we are all aware of it! Therefore, when I accidentally received a new fantasy novel for review from Revell, I was a little apprehensive about this unfamiliar genre. In the end, though, it was an enjoyable experience. “The Edge of Over There” was written by Shawn Smucker, and is actually a sequel to his previous book entitled “The Day the Angels Fell”. I had not read this pre-story, and while I think it would have been helpful in fully understanding the continuing saga, there was enough history sprinkled throughout the pages for newcomers to follow along as well. Continue reading
Ted Dekker’s “The 49th Mystic” – easily the most unique and profound novel I have read in years and perhaps ever. I did not know what to expect. And yet even without clear expectations, it still managed to surpass them. Honestly, I believe I could read this book ten times over and still not be finished learning from it. Continue reading