Until the Dawn by Elizabeth Camden

Elizabeth Camden has a pleasant writing style and an imagination which created an enjoyable story. Until the Dawn is filled with mystery, intrigue, the value of family, tolerance, sin, and salvation. A bit of romance too ;).


The Shock of Night by Patrick W. Carr

If this book were not placed within the Christian fiction genre I would not take such issue with it. It is when fallacy, in it’s filthy ugly rags, purports itself as the pure and holy truth that our combined hackles should be raised.

Bathsheba: Reluctant Beauty by Angela Hunt

Angela Hunt brings biblical persons to life. This is highly evident in the story of Bathsheba whose life is intertwined with King David. You cannot write about Bathsheba without also writing about David. Hunt uses the biblical text as a framework wherein she weaves deductive imagination and biblical narrative into a tapestry of their lives. You feel as if you know David and Bathsheba; you feel their joy and pain.